How to start a business Central West and Orana by Business Connect
Starting a business is not only a matter of simple compliance tasks but of complex decision making around customers, products, market gaps market position, brand and pricing. This webinar takes attendees through a streamlined process of navigating complex business start-up issues.
This session will be primarily for those planning to start a business in the Central West NSW & Orana regions.
About the Presenters:
Daniel has experience in finance and management, having worked with a variety of small businesses and in Government, notably at the Department of Defence. Daniel’s core business strengths are in management, budgeting, business planning and customer service.
Daniel helped run his family business, prompting him to pursue a career in business and has hands on personal experience of the issues and challenges faced by small to medium business owners in regional areas.
Daniel has a strong desire to use his knowledge and skills to encourage and inspire small businesses to become the most successful business they can be, through practical advice.
Daniel holds a Bachelor of Commerce and Master of Finance.
Russell is passionate about small business and, since 1994, has worked directly with businesses throughout the central west of NSW to ensure they are more sustainable.
During the course of his career, Russell has held various senior management roles in training, HR, safety, and in not-for-profit organisations. This has developed into extensive knowledge regarding the hospitality, construction, metal trades, administration, retail, mining, sustainability and horticulture sectors.
Russell’s previous family business in picture framing means that he knows what ‘putting in the hard yards’ is all about. He currently runs a sustainability contracting business.
Russell is an Accredited Mental Health First Aider.
This session is provided through the Business Connect Program. Business Connect is a dedicated and personalised NSW Government program that provides trusted advice to help you start, run, adapt or grow your small business.
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