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NDIS: Adapting Your Business (Moruya) May 30th

Southern Region Business Enterprise Centre will be hosting a workshop NDIS: Adapting Your Business in Moruya on Wed. 30 May 2018 from 10:00 am – 12:00 pm at the Moruya Golf Club Evans Street Moruya. Cost is $25 - tickets can be purchased HERE The workshop will cover:

• Understanding the NDIS

• Adjusting to change

• Business agility

• Your Why, How and What

• Embracing Innovation and Design Thinking

A one-to-one follow up meeting is provided to assist you further and embed the ideas/principles as part of the workshop. You can book these with the Business Adviser at the workshop. Can't make it? The next ‘NDIS: Adapting Your Business’ workshop will be held on August 29th and then again on November 28th An ‘NDIS: Marketing Your Value’ workshop is also scheduled to be held on Monday, June 18, from 10am to noon. Visit the website here for details and to register. A follow up ‘NDIS: Being Profitable’ workshop will be held on Monday, June 25, from 10am to noon. Visit the website here for details and to register. The Southern Region Business Enterprise Centre (SRBEC) is a dynamic regional organisation that delivers a comprehensive range of business and educational services in the southern region of NSW, Canberra and the ACT. This diverse region covers 69716 square kilometres and supports almost 60,000 small businesses with a vast product offering and potential.

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