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Back to Business Week workshops


A series of free workshops will give Eurobodalla’s local businesses something to celebrate during NSW Back to Business Week. Back to Business Week workshops Digital Content: Photos, videos and more Fisse Design Hub, Narooma, Wednesday 1 March, 6pm-8pm South Tribe, Batemans Bay, Thursday 2 March, 6pm-8pm Moruya Golf Club, Friday 3 March, 10am-12pm. Creating Your Online Store South Tribe, Batemans Bay, Monday 27 February, 10am-1.30pm Fisse Design Hub, Narooma, Tuesday 28 February, 5.30pm – 9pm Customer Relations, Retention and Repeat Business Mogo LALC, Monday 27 February, 5.30pm – 7.30pm Effective Cash Flow Management Moruya Golf Club, Tuesday 28 February, 10am-12pm

Starting Monday 26 February, there’s a full week of Back to Business events in Eurobodalla aimed at helping local business owners and their employees build their skills.

The workshops are hosted by Eurobodalla Shire Council in partnership with the NSW Government.

Eurobodalla Council’s business assistance manager Sarah Cooper says the events have been created based on feedback from the business community.

“I have lots of business people telling me that part of their business strategy is to get their store online, so we’re excited to present a very practical workshop that will help them make that happen.

“We’re also showing people how their digital content can be improved with great photos and videos, as well as workshops on customer relations and effective cash flow management.”

“The workshops are free and people who come along will be given a USB from Council with lots of information for local businesses.”

Bookings for the workshops are essential by contacting Sarah Cooper on 4474 1271 or sarah.cooper@esc.nsw.gov.au

Find more information about each workshop on the events calendar at www.esc.nsw.gov.au Media Release


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