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Putting some Spark back into Yass What can you do when faced with a high rate of youth disengagement and unemployment coupled with lack of training opportunities in a regional context? Get creative is what! Since March 2017, the SRBEC’s Regional VET Pathways program has been working...

Get aligned; get ahead! If I offered free tickets for you and members of your management team to a presentation given by an acknowledged world authority on each of the following topics, which presentation would you attend?  The only criterion is that you would select the...

Kris is a Business Advisor Kris has over 10 years small business experience in HR, with 5 of those years operating online. Along with a Diploma of Management, Kris has over 10 years experiencing in managing ski lodges. She has knowledge and experience in the tourism and hospitality...

Deborah is a Business Advisor Deborah is a Business Advisor, with Business Connect. She assists and empowers SME's across the Illawarra region become the best they can be. Deborah has over 30 years' hands-on experience working with SME's and large multinationals. She is a Jill-of-marketing trades and trends,...

Maximising Your Tradeshow Effectiveness There are usually several significant costs associated with showcasing your business at a tradeshow other than the entry fee, such as developing display material, equipment hire, travel, accommodation, employee wages, and the opportunity cost of non-billable hours. Because of this it is...

David is a Program Facilitator Originally a Kiwi, David and his family moved from Auckland to South Australia in 2006. In Auckland David had been a middle school teacher, and by the age of 34 Principal of a small school. David now works two jobs, one...

Julia is a Program Facilitator Julia has been working within the Education and Community Services sector for nearly a decade and says nothing makes her happier than forming strong relationship with her clients and creating successful outcomes. When she is not working she enjoys exploring the great...

When boys are told not to cry it causes a natural emotional response to be shut down. Whilst working with groups of boys over the past 4 years I have discovered that this is unhealthy. They seem to lose touch with many of their feelings...

As a business advisor, I have spent many sessions with business intenders and start-ups, where I have sat down one on one - or with family and friends piled around a table, fervently brainstorming ideas, each of these sessions, with a clear purpose in mind… To...