Economic Gardening “High Growth Business Program” registrations extended to 27 January 2016

Business Registrations for the upcoming High Growth Business Program  – scheduled to commence late March – have been extended to Wednesday January 27th.

Due to the financial support of both Livingstone and Rockhampton Council’s, and anticipated funding via the Industry Skills Fund,  the Program is being offered FREE to local businesses.

Twenty eight (28) businesses participated in the inaugural  Economic Gardening “High Growth Business Program”  which received extensive commendations from participants, including: 

“I would like to thank you for inviting me to join the economic gardening sessions. The experience was priceless and the information presented was very relevant to many changes that we as a Central Queensland business are experiencing. It has prompted me to explore many new possibilities. I will be recommending the next economic gardening program to all my clients.” Jason Spence – Director – IAssist.

Media comment by Tamara Eyles, Co-owner of Yeppoon business DZign-R, said “the program helped her as she worked to expand the business… and it helped put in place some ideas and strategies about how to go about that in the right way and not just going about it blindly.” 

Interested businesses are urged to register as a matter of urgency as numbers are limited with only a limited number available.

For further information contact Neil Lethlean – Economic Development Manager on Mobile 0407039466

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