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Business Skills – Lessons learned from scaling, failing and making it

By Nov 24,2021 November 22nd, 2021 No Comments

Wed 24 November 2021

5.30pm start  ꟾ  7.00pm finish

Byron Community College – Room 3

Join us for our final Business Skills Workshop for 2021 – Lessons Learned from Scaling, Failing and Making it.

We are delighted to have a diverse group of panelists from the Northern Rivers to share their experiences and how they have managed the highs and lows of running their enterprises.

Anna Solol – Rider – From a humble mailing list (for friends who couldn’t afford the inflated price of organics), Rider is now a successful online bulk wholefoods business that provides a nurturing conduit between ethically aware consumers and local artisan producers.

Elle Astrup – Foods that Love You Back – Elle’s journey to becoming an AgTech entrepreneur and champion of the “food as medicine ethos” is personal, with microgreen being a pivotal part of her mother’s recovery from Stage III/IV cancer.

Zach Rook – Operations & Humans at Deep –  is an enthusiastic believer in scaling environmental and social impact businesses and founders, time management, and human potential. Zach has successfully exited multiple businesses.

What better time to get some inspiration for your business in preparation for 2022.

The evening will be a Q&A format with the panel in interview with SBP’s Davina Bambrick, after which we will open the to the floor for audience questions.

5.15pm arrival  ꟾ  7.00pm finish

Thank you to NSW Govt for subsidising this training.

RTO #90013 Byron Region Community College

We will be adhering to COVID safe regulations at this venue for the wellbeing of all of our guests, and will update any requirements closer to the date in line with the current restrictions at the time.

Bookings will be based on the room capacity at this venue, and we will be using QR code check in.

If required we will move this workshop online and advise login details.

Please note: You may be photographed or filmed for marketing purposes while attending this event. Please advise the organiser if you have questions, concerns, or do not wish this to happen. As an attendee you will be added to the SBP mailing list for event correspondence, follow up and upcoming event information. The option to unsubscribe is available at any time.