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Free workshops to celebrate Small Business Month

Eurobodalla businesses can tap into a wealth of knowledge at free workshops for Small Business Month this month.

Funded by NSW Department of Industry, the workshops aim to help business owners and managers network, improve productivity and grow their businesses.

Workshop topics include social media tips and tricks, capitalising on the Chinese market, practical business planning, website content and optimisation and preparing for Eurobodalla’s new tourism brand.

Council’s Business Development Manager Sarah Cooper encouraged local businesses to take advantage of the free events.

“We want to celebrate and support our local businesses and what better time than Small Business Month,” she said.

“We’ve got a range of free workshops, ranging from essential building blocks like business planning to future proofing businesses with digital technology.

“It’s a great opportunity to see how you might be able to do things a little bit differently and to engage with other businesses striving to achieve the same goals.”

The workshops include:

  • Social media: tips, tricks and trends, Tuesday 23 October, 5.30-7.30pm, Fisse Bunkr, Narooma, Wednesday 24 October 2018, 6-8pm, Moruya Golf Club

  • Selling online to the Chinese market, Friday 26 October, 10am-12pm, Moruya Golf Club

  • Practical business planning workshop, Monday 29 October, 10am-12pm, Moruya Golf Club

  • Website content and optimisation workshop, Tuesday 30 October, 10am-12pm, Batemans Bay Soldiers Club

  • Preparing for the new tourism brand, Wednesday 31 October, 7.30-9.30am, Batemans Bay Soldiers Club

For more information visit Council’s website or to register email Council’s Development Manager Sarah Cooper to

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