Business owners thrown a Lifeline

Written on the 15 September 2010

A FRESH initiative by Lifeline has been launched to improve business and employee health through a range of wellbeing and training programs.

Business Lifeline is an educational program supported by Gold Coast professionals to provide ‘affordable’ training solutions with profits going back into the charity’s community projects.

The goal is to broaden Lifeline’s reach into the business community via educational and business seminars, coaching and mentoring and training in life skills workshops.

The organisation’s holistic approach is expected to have vast benefits for hard working owners and staff in Australia’s No.1 SME hub.

It will host an event themed ‘how to use the media effectively to promote your business’ at the RACV Royal Pines Resort on May 5.

Its patron is Zarraffa’s founder and CEO Kenton Campbell.


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