Aspiring Entrepreneurship Forum and Workshop 2016
ASPIRING ENTREPRENEURSHIP 2016
WOMEN AND SMALL BUSINESS
With many women interested in or meeting the challenge of running their own small business, two free Aspiring Entrepreneurship 2016 events aim to support and promote women’s business success.
Delivered by the Department of Local Government and Communities and the Small Business Development Corporation, the Aspiring Entrepreneurship 2016 Speakers Forum will be opened by Hon Liza Harvey MLA, Deputy Premier and Minister for Women’s Interests, and showcase the journeys and insights of three amazing West Australian business women. The Workshop will provide practical information to run a small business.
Effective business finances are critical to business profitability and business owners’ current and retirement incomes. The importance of understanding business finances is a theme of both events.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Aspiring, emerging and experienced women in small business, female entrepreneurs and business students. Attendance at these events is open to everyone.
Aspiring Entrepreneurship Speakers Forum
When: Wednesday 29 June 2016, 9.00am to 11.30am (morning tea provided).
Where: Gordon Stephenson House, Exhibition Hall, Level 2, 140 William Street
(entrance off Railway Lane), Perth.
Aspiring Entrepreneurship Workshop: Introduction to Business Financials
When: Wednesday 29 June 2016, 11.30am to 2.30pm (lunch provided).
Where: Small Business Development Corporation, Gordon Stephenson House,
Level 2, 140 William Street (entrance off Railway Lane), Perth.
Come to one or both Aspiring Entrepreneurship events.
Numbers are limited.
Another opportunity: Curtin Growth Ignition Information Session
When: Wednesday 29 June 2016, 11:30am - 12:30pm
Where: Gordon Stephenson House, Exhibition Hall
Following the Aspiring Entrepreneurship speakers forum, an information session about the Curtin Growth Ignition program will be held at 11:30am following the Aspiring Entrepreneurship speakers forum. Learn more about this five and a half day program can ignite your business idea. The Department of Local Government and Communities offers scholarships for women entrepreneurs to participate in the program.
To book for the next Curtin Growth Ignition program commencing in September 2016, visit - http://business.curtin.edu.au/schools-and-departments/centre-for-entrepreneurship/courses-and-programs/curtin-growth-ignition/ignition-information-sessions/
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