Business overview

Written on the 11 August 2009

THE Queensland Government is hosting a series of business seminars.

The initial ‘considering a business’ seminar is designed to give potential business owners an overview of the important factors to consider before starting or buying a business for the first time.

This free seminar will take place on August 27 from 9.30 – 10.30am at Connaught Centre, 26 Marine Parade, Southport.

The second of six business seminars aimed at people who have recently started or bought a business will be held on August 20. The seminar will focus on planning for success and give you the knowledge and skills of business planning to improve your business. The workshop will help you identify actions that will lead to developing a business plan.

This seminar will take place from 9.30 – 12.30am at Connaught Centre, 26 Marine Parade, Southport.

More info on both seminars at: www.business.gov.au


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