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Book now for Whitehorse Business Week 2017 events

6 Jul 2017

The ever-popular annual Whitehorse Business Week is on again as part of the Victorian Government’s Small Business Festival and will run from 14-18 August 2017.

Whitehorse Mayor Councillor Denise Massoud said a range of events running during the week have been designed to give businesses of all sizes a competitive edge in the current economic climate.

“The Women in Business Luncheon always features a talented businesswoman to share her experiences in business, and Council is proud to host this year’s guest speaker, Olympic swimmer and media commentator Nicole Livingstone OAM,” Cr Massoud said.

Other events offer insights, advice and top tips on marketing, economics, investment, customer engagement and resilience.

“Whitehorse Business Week caters for both emerging and established businesses in Whitehorse and offers plenty of networking opportunities, and the chance to ask questions of event presenters,” Cr Massoud said.

To make an event booking or for more information, phone 9262 6333 or visit wbiz.com.au 

The program: Whitehorse Business Week 2017

Harnessing Your Passion for Powerful Marketing

Event: Business Lunch
When: Monday 14 August, 12 noon-2pm
Where: Clarion on Canterbury, 326 Canterbury Road, Forest Hill
Speaker: Ailsa Page, consultant, speaker and founder of AP Marketing Works

Advanced Marketing Strategies for Your Business

Event: Small Business Victoria Workshop
When: Tuesday 15 August. 8.00am-11.30am
Where: Willis Room, Whitehorse City Council, 379-397 Whitehorse Road, Nunawading

Women in Business Luncheon

Event: Business Expo and Lunch
When: Wednesday 16 August.  Expo from 11am-12 noon followed by a business lunch from 12 noon-2pm
Where: One Community, 184 Surrey Road, Blackburn
Speaker: Nicole Livingstone OAM, Olympic Swimmer and media commentator

Economic and Investment Breakfast

Event: Business Breakfast
When: Thursday 17 August, 7.30am-9am  
Where: The Point, Deakin University, 221 Burwood Highway, Burwood
Speaker: Bernard Salt, writer, speaker, business advisor and social commentator

Winning the Inner-Game of Customer Engagement

Event: Business Dinner
When: Thursday 17 August, 6pm-8pm
Where: Box Hill Golf Club, 202 Station Street, Box Hill    
Speaker: Les Price, transformational speaker, author and coach, and Judy O’Connell, Victorian Small Business Commissioner

Steps to Resilience: Stress is not the Problem; the Problem is Lack of Recovery

Event: Sponsor Lunch
When: Friday 18 August, 12 noon-2pm
Where: Box Hill Golf Club, 202 Station Street, Box Hill
Speaker: Mark McKeon, author and high performance coach

To book your place at any of these events, visit www.wbiz.com.au

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