Evolve to Thrive workshop and mentoring
Date(s) - 7 Dec 2016 until 7 Dec 2016
5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Tap into global expertise in your backyard
The Office of Small Business has teamed up with Startup Capricorn to bring you the latest global business insights and tips.
International start-up entrepreneur from Kentucky USA, Daniel Johnsen and local mentor and Split Spaces Director, Mark Phillips will share their personal stories, the highs and lows, their insights and learnings and of course there will be a chance for Q&A and networking.
Mark has thirty years’ experience in technology and tourism industries that can be applied across all industries. He has launched four start-ups and can work with you to evolve your business.
Daniel believes in progress and that improvement never ceases. By using his passions for problem solving, technology adoption, learning and relationship building, he often finds himself in the middle of answering or asking the questions of: What if? Could we? Shouldn’t we?
Daniel’s focus is on the talent management life cycle including recruitment strategies, retention initiatives, leadership development and organisational design.
Join Mark and Daniel for this FREE interactive workshop which will cover:
• How to find new markets and niches
• Embracing technology
• Securing customers
• Pitching for investors
• Understanding the latest business models
This workshop will benefit any small business. You don’t need to be a start-up.
Evolve to Thrive workshop
Wednesday 7 December 2016
5.30pm – 8.30pm (including networking)
The Workshop, 45 East Street, Rockhampton
Drinks and canapes provided
Mentor chats (20 minute mentoring sessions)
As part of the workshop, business mentors will also be available for one-on-one sessions to chat about your goals and plans.
Thursday 8 December 2016
(Morning only, by appointment)
209 Bolsover Street, Rockhampton
Plans change. We understand. If you can’t make it, please email us as early as possible so we can let someone take your place.
Evolve to Thrive is presented by the Office of Small Business, Department of Tourism, Major Events, Small Business and Commonwealth Games.« Back to events