Geelong means Business
To ‘Survive and Thrive’ in business you need to be open to learning new skills and improving your business operations.
The Geelong Chamber of Commerce has instigated a number of initiatives to give Members access to industry experts via low-cost seminars and workshops so that business in our region has every opportunity to thrive and prosper.
Business education is not only valid for emerging business owners – the Chamber encourages all business people, including established business leaders, to broaden their expertise to ensure they have the skills relevant to the ever-changing marketplace.
Do you run a business and want to expand your expertise? Take part in the following programs:
Survive and Thrive 2011
Hear information and advice from Australia’s leading business experts at the Survive and Thrive seminar series being held from August to November 2011.
This Chamber initiative is in its third year and will be launched at the Chamber’s Annual Business Breakfast with keynote speaker Westpac Bank Managing Director and Global Head of Economics and Research Bill Evans on August 25.
Book Now to secure your place at this important event.
Geelong Small Business Festival
Brush up on your technical expertise at a range of Seminars being presented by the Chamber (PDF 436 KB) throughout August as part of the Geelong Small Business Festival.
The Chamber seminars promise to broaden your skills and give you new and innovative ideas that you can apply to your business.
These events will run from August 10 to 29 at various venues throughout Geelong.
Don't miss these fantastic opportunities.
Find out more about the Chamber's Geelong Small Business Festival seminars and Book Now.
Do you have any other educational ideas that may benefit Chamber Members? Contact us or phone 5222 2234 to talk to us about the educational opportunities you'd like to see for Chamber Members.