Getting Back to Business SEPTEMBER 2020 UPDATE
Here's the latest collection of resources we've compiled for your convenience since our last member's newsletter. For members, information about the following can also be found in Chamber's Member Information Centre (MIC) online.
Sunshine Coast Council has unveiled the updated Discovery Guide featuring additional places to visit including Traditional Custodian First Nation sites, museums and heritage precincts.
Printed copies of the new Cultural Heritage Discovery Guide are available from museums, libraries, council administration buildings and visitor information centres and an electronic version is available on the Council app under ‘Things to Do’.
The Sunshine Coast Chamber Alliance has a group of volunteer mentors experienced in all facets of business keen to help small to medium size businesses strengthen and grow.
Mentors provide a great sounding board to help you develop your ideas; offer ideas that you may not have anticipated or thought of, and can guide you to move your business to the next stage.
To be eligible for this program, Mentees are required to be a registered business with an ABN (or thinking of starting a business), and a member of a Chamber on the Sunshine Coast (or affiliated organisation).
The cost of joining this mentoring group is $200 for twelve months of mentors coming to you to talk about your business. A special assistance plan is available if money is tight.
Contact Paul Whinnett 0447 826 602 or John Bidwell 0479 136 304 for more information.
Register your interest to firstname.lastname@example.org
The University of the Sunshine Coast Business School has launched a new initiative as a short course series, delivered by John Whiteoak, commencing September 2020.
Entitled “Leadership for High Performance Teams”, this TE-Course series consists of three modules (each of which can be completed in just one day). A TE-Course combines theory and experience to deliver highly practical content and will suit those who are keen to up-skill quickly and effectively. Participants in this course will develop practical leadership skills that can be applied to any team or organisation.
I've attached a brochure with full details about this initiative.
Alternately you can access this information on the USC website at: https://www.usc.edu.au/study/courses-and-programs/postgraduate-degrees/study-postgraduate-business/leadership-for-high-performance-teams
Each module is available for participants to attend at either USC's Sunshine Coast or Moreton campus. Participants can register for any individual one-day module or for the whole three-day series.
All three modules in this series provides the opportunity to gain course credit towards a USC Business degree (either undergraduate or postgraduate level).
For more information contact Julie Flanagan, Engagement and Project Coordinator, USC Business School & School of Science and Engineering on 07 5459 4608 or email email@example.com
Do you have products, services and experiences for Queenslanders to discover?
Here’s a great opportunity to let Queensland discover you.
The Department of State Development, Tourism and Innovation (DSDTI) want to see Queensland businesses - big and small – from tourism to healthcare to manufacturers, meat processors to clothes designers, builders on construction sites and baristas in cafés – sharing the great things they create to support Queenslanders as they get back on their feet.