WNA VIRTUAL SERIES TWO | EPISODE THREE
Fire Up your Business | Small Business Recovery Plan – What does that look like?
About Virtual Series:
Women’s Network Australia provides women in business with support and education to survive and thrive. After six thought-provoking, inspiring and information-filled episodes of WNA Virtual Season One, we’ve decided to lock in another season. Season Two of WNA Virtual will continue to connect nationally with our members and the business community.
Join us for Season Two – Fire Up Your Business.
Another Season of WNA Virtual where inspiring speakers and business leaders will share their secrets to business success. WNA are here to Fire up your confidence in business again. Being confident in yourself, setting new goals and priorities for where you are at.
Preview Episode Three:
Fire Up your Business – Small Business Recovery Plan – What does that look like?
Small business is emerging from hibernation and ready to make the most of easing COVID-19 restrictions. The pandemic has changed so much in such a short amount of time, with some small business owners finding it difficult to stay on top of their obligations.
Let’s reflect on the challenges of small business as a way to help identify the opportunities to transform and evolve.
Join our Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman, Kate Carnell who has been a powerful advocate for small business. Her direct support for small businesses and family enterprises provides a deep insight into the challenges business owners, managers, and leaders face every day. Have your questions answered and more.
About Kate Carnell:
Kate Carnell is the inaugural Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman (ASBFEO). Kate says: “As the ASBFEO, I’m an independent advocate for small business owners. My office has the legislative powers needed to effectively influence our nation’s lawmakers, ensuring legislation and regulations are put in place to help small businesses grow.”
The ASBFEO office also provides small businesses and family enterprises with assistance should they find themselves involved in a business dispute.
Small businesses are the engine room of the economy; it’s a big reputation to live up to, so we need to do all we can to ensure they have the freedom to innovate, employ and thrive well into the future.