Events

HomeCommunity

Lunch and Learn 8 Feb

Date: 08 Feb 2019, 12:30pm - 2:00pm (GMT+10:00) Sydney


A more casual alternative to formal training and seminars, the best lunch and learns become an integral part of company culture and a tasty perk that everyone looks forward to.
 
12:30 - 2:00pm
Where: Benito's Restaurant
1196 Nepean Highway, Mount Eliza

Cost: $30 per head includes 2-course lunch (and learning, of course!)
 
BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL 

SESSION 1 - 7 Ways to Grow Your Business

Join Shannon and the SMART team at our first Lunch & Learn event for 2019.

Learn the mindset shift required to succeed in a changing business landscape. The benefits of attending this 90 minute event:
✅ Understand the seven ways to grow your business and how they apply to you
✅ Look at your business like you never have before and be challenged to adapt
✅ Learn how to measure and maximise business efficiency
✅ Learn how the seven ways impact profit & cashflow
✅ Learn how to set a roadmap for your business

Includes 2 course lunch and premium business coaching delivered by Shannon Smit, Managing Director of SMART Business Solutions. The sessions are small in size, relaxed and interactive giving you an opportunity to have your burning business questions answered.



Sorry, you've missed the RSVP deadline for this event.

Related News

27 Oct

B.I.T.E Conference 2020

Here's a rare local opportunity to learn more about marketing and managing your business and keeping up to date with the latest innovations that can help run your business more efficiently. A sell out event for the past three years, B.I.T.E Conference is the premier small business event in Greater Melbourne and Frankston region.


READ MORE
24 Mar

Help For Personal and Business Loans

We know that even the smallest changes can have a big impact on your finances. We share advice from local mortgage broker Two Acre Finance to help you review your options.


READ MORE
23 Mar

Victorian Government Economic Support

As part of a $1.7 billion economic survival package, the Victorian Government has announced $500 million to establish a Business Support Fund to assist small to medium businesses most impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak.


READ MORE