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Welcome to our July 2021 Newsletter – Director’s Note

Welcome to the New Financial Year 2021/2022. At the beginning of this month it was the NT’s turn to experience the economic uncertainty of COVID-19 lockdown in our community. It was a reality shock for some as we felt the brunt of business restrictions and closure. We are all hoping that we don’t experience that again and at the same time sending our support, thoughts and best wishes to our interstate businesses that continue to be impacted. In this time of health and economic uncertainty over...

Welcome to our May 2021 Newsletter – Director’s Note

Hello and welcome to our May edition of our Treeti Yeah Newsletter. Last month we had a look at the impacts of bust to boom on businesses. Now we know that boom is here to stay for a while, it’s a great opportunity to delve into using digital systems and the...

Welcome to our April 2021 Newsletter – Director’s Note

Hello and welcome to our April edition of our Treeti Yeah Newsletter. This month we have been taking a closer look at how Bust to Boom impacts business and how both ends of the spectrum can be just as tricky to navigate. Just 12 months ago businesses were facing the...

Welcome to our March 2021 Newsletter – Director’s Note

Hello and welcome to our March edition of our Treeti Yeah Newsletter. This month we are asking our clients “is it a good time to review your business model”, particularly if you have decided you would like your business to move to next level. It's easy to focus only...

Welcome to our February 2021 Newsletter – Director’s Note

It is very appropriate this year 2021 Eastern Astrology, is the Year of the Yin Metal Ox – After the turbulent 2020 we experienced in business, 2021 is the year to grab the bull by the  horns, literally, and start to take advantage of opportunities all around. For...

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Working together the big theme of OBM Alice Springs

Working together the big theme of OBM Alice Springs

The October Business Month Territory Grown Roadshow arrived in Central Australia last week for 4 days of insights, inspiration and new information for businesses of all sizes. From the very start, the message was clear from all presenters, the rebound is happening, and those businesses who are positioned to take advantage of it first will be those who have the most to gain. And this very Roadshow is where businesses will get firsthand information on the programs, the assistance and the...

Diversity, energy and tourism on the agenda in Tennant Creek

October Business Month 2020 continued it's Territory Grown Roadshow in the Barkly this past week where local businesses came together to discuss new ways forward from the current economic challenges and innovative ideas for getting the most out of the revenue...

The importance of measuring your marketing

We tend to like certain parts of our marketing more than others. The creativity? The words? Love ‘em. But when it comes to the data, well… it gets a little boring doesn’t it. When I’m running webinars and workshops on creating graphics using Canva, they usually sell out in no time. Same goes with topics like Instagram Stories and making better...

Nhulunbuy event leads with key messages for local business

October Business Month (OBM) kicked off in Nhulunbuy with a range of vital information for growing businesses, economic outlooks for the East Arnhem region and inspiring success stories from local businesses. Thursday morning was a wealth of news and information on funding for major projects in the region from roads to rocket launches. The changing economic landscape of East Arnhem was highlighted with a fresh focus on tourist facilities and cultural experiences in conjunction with Yolŋu...

Nhulunbuy event leads with key messages for local business

October Business Month (OBM) kicked off in Nhulunbuy with a range of vital information for growing businesses, economic outlooks for the East Arnhem region and inspiring success stories from local businesses. Thursday morning was a wealth of news and information on funding for major projects in the region from roads to rocket launches. The changing economic landscape of East Arnhem was highlighted with a fresh focus on tourist facilities and cultural experiences in conjunction with Yolŋu...