How to get your business to stand out | 2nd September 2020 | 8.45am – 6.00pm
The Regional Growth Summit is all about regional success stories and sharing their journey, lessons and practical actions that local businesses can take away, implement and ultimately thrive. The September 2nd full-day online event has a huge list of inspiring entrepreneurial speakers rooted in regional areas, ready to expand knowledge and encourage action! Whether you are based in metropolitan or regional areas, the Summit is packed with entrepreneurial inspiration alongside practical tips and networking opportunities.
- Economist Rob Hall will talk through the data showing the impacts and trends throughout Australia of Covid19.
- How to build resilience in a changing business environment through culture, leadership, sustainability and communication from Global Director of T2 and Byron Bay’s BEAR.
- SafetyCulture talks through their journey from start-up to billion-dollar valuation and how proactively leaning into challenges and taking ownership of risks could help your business stand out.
- Practical masterclasses to walk through the ten steps to a marketing strategy and how to build an action plan from it with Marketing Entourage.
- Practical examples of how to use your network and stand out from the crowd from two top recognised and awarded regional entrepreneurs who between them have successfully created and scaled innovative businesses.
- String Nguyen, a LinkedIn Top Voice, will speak on the importance of personal brand and how to build it.
- Tech company Go1 will share their journey of growth from a regional city business to global player, and the importance of maintaining local roots and using local talent.
- Growing an iconic hospitality business in a small regional town through a focus on customer experience and incorporating the region in the product with Dunkeld’s Royal Mail.
- From backyard innovation to going global – lessons on how to scale a manufacturing company for an international market from Subpod.
- Virtual networking opportunities and panel discussions.
Date: Wednesday 2nd September 2020
Time: 8.45am – 6.00pm
Cost: $20 (If you are from one of 27 councils that have a partners licence then you can access for free)
Register and more info: online