JACKI HENDY HELPS GOLD COAST TO AIM HIGH

Written on the 20 October 2015

JACKI HENDY HELPS GOLD COAST TO AIM HIGH

GOLD Coast small businesses are set to receive support from Jacki Hendy and The Australian Institute of Management (AIM).

AIM's brand new mentoring program will help Gold Coast small businesses and entrepreneurs to maximise their potential in 2016.

The 12-month AIM High Business Mastery program will pair entrepreneurs and small business owners with successful business leaders in their field.

AIM High allows participants to attend workshops, access tips and tools on strategic planning for setting a business and marketing action plan into motion for 2016 as well as access to marketing, sales, tax, legal, accounting and general business advice.

Alongside Hendy will be a suite of high profile change-makers, including social entrepreneur Geoff Gourley, wellness ambassador Therese Kerr, yogini Madonna Williams, wealth creation guru Julio De Laffite, co-founder of Greencross Limited (ASX:GXL) John Odlum and AIM National Manager Rebecca Middleton.

Hendy encourages all interested participants to attend the launch breakfast on October 22 to hear from these passionate leaders and partake in masterclasses.

"This program is all about bringing large businesses and small businesses together in a collaborative, co-operative environment, to offer tangible resources to effect change and progress in the business landscape," says Hendy.

"It means something to me to be a voice for small business and entrepreneurs and my passion is to bring like-minded business people together to collaborate and create solutions."


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