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Get ahead of the game with Whitehorse Business Week

5 Jul 2018

The popular and successful annual Whitehorse Business Week is on again as part of the Victorian Government’s Small Business Festival and will run from 13-17 August 2018.

Whitehorse Mayor Councillor Andrew Davenport said events during the week focus on factors that give businesses a competitive edge.

“The Women in Business Expo and Luncheon always features a talented businesswoman to share her journey in the world of business, and offer advice and tips for success. This year we have Olympic athlete and politician Nova Peris OAM,” Cr Davenport said.

The week is offered for Whitehorse business owners and staff keen to get the latest word on business, investment and customer service trends, and more. All events are held at convenient, local venues.

“Whitehorse Business Week is a must for leaders of both emerging and established businesses in Whitehorse and the calibre of guest speakers is world class. This is always an informative and entertaining week full of great networking opportunities,” Cr Davenport said.

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

Whitehorse Business Week program:

China Ready Checklist - Business Lunch
When: Monday 13 August, 11.30am-2pm.
Where:  Box Hill Golf Club, 202 Station Street, Box Hill
Speakers: Tom Parker, partner of Bastion China and Judy O’Connell, Victorian Small Business Commissioner

Economic and Investment Breakfast
When: Tuesday 14 August, 7.30am-9am  
Where: One Community, 184 Surrey Road, Blackburn
Speaker: Peter Demura, economist

Women in Business Expo and Luncheon
When: Wednesday 15 August.  Expo 11am -12 noon and business lunch 12 noon-2pm
Where: One Community, 184 Surrey Road, Blackburn
Speaker: Nova Peris OAM, Olympic athlete and politician

The Future of Digital Marketing for Your Business – Business Lunch
When: Thursday 16 August, 12noon-2pm
Where: Box Hill Golf Club, 202 Station Street, Box Hill    
Speaker:  Dave Chaffey, entrepreneur, digital marketing specialist and author. 
 
Discover the Dynamic Transitional Economy of Melbourne’s East – Regional Business Breakfast
When: Friday 17 August, 7.30am-10am
Where: Vogue Ballroom, 399 Blackburn Road, Burwood East
Speakers: Mark McCrindle, futurist, demographer and social researcher and Mark McKeon, transitional and high performance moderator.





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