CCIQ Business Banking Breakfast

CCIQ Business Banking Breakfast

Date(s) - 12 Aug 2014
6:45 AM - 9:30 AM

Rockhampton Leagues Club

Understanding finance to help your business grow and how to influence the outcome.
It can be difficult to navigate through which banks and finance options are best for your business and how to increase the chances of having your finance application approved.

CCIQ in conjunction with Wide Bay Australia would like to invite business owners and decision makers to an event which will cover how to access free information that can be used to gain an in depth understanding of the local economy and demographics, and how to utilise this information to build a business case when applying for finance. The event will also cover reasons why banks decline finance applications, what banks look for when assessing finance applications and how to prepare a strong business case when applying for finance by understanding your local market.

Jim Myhill from .id will demonstrate how you can access this free information which can be used to build the business case when applying for finance.

There will also be an open forum discussion focusing on key topics and questions important to small business, additionally the presenters will be addressing issues and concerns raised by the audience.

This event will give you valuable insights and advice into dealing with banks and financial institutions and you will have the ability to discuss these confidentially with other like-minded business owners.

You may already be on your way to obtaining finance or considering your options and just want to know you’re on the right track!

Event Details:
Date:       Tuesday 12 August 2014
Time:       6.45am for 7.15am sharp start – 9am
Networking until 9.30am
Venue:     Phillips Lounge, Rockhampton Leagues Club
Corner of George and Cambridge Streets, Allenstown Q 4700
Cost:       Complimentary  (Hot plated breakfast included)


Geoff Lee – Wide Bay Australia
Jim Myhill – .id

Geoff Lee – Wide Bay Australia
Geoff Lee is a Business Banking Manager with Wide Bay Australia Central Queensland. He currently looks after a portfolio of customers from Yeppoon to Rockhampton and Gracemere to Gladstone as well as the Emerald region. Geoff was raised in the Riverina in the South west of NSW. He has had a banking career spanning over 25 years with banking and lending  experience in small business, corporate and agribusiness streams. His experience has been built up assisting his customers over a number of states & territories during this time.

Jim Myhill – .id
.id supplies a range of demographic and economic profiles, and population forecasts, to over 250 councils around Australia and New Zealand.   Jim Myhill is .id’s account manager in Queensland and has a background in local government and private enterprise, with a particular focus on the use of information for marketing and business decision making.

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