Free consultancy offer for your business

The Federal Government is offering free business consultancy for your business through a new initiative.   The Government wants your business to grow so is prepared to provide this free support.

Business adviser, John Lochery will be hosting an information session at the Melbourne Market Conference Centre next Wednesday 8 June from 9.30 am to 10.30 am to discuss this opportunity further and you are invited to attend.

Come along and see if this is something your business can benefit from.

John has over 25 years’ experience in the Food and Agribusiness industry and has been delivering the Entrepreneurs Program for the last three years.   The session will include an overview of the programme and allow for questions and answers.

When: 9:30am [concluding at 10:30am] on Wednesday 8 June 2016

Where: Melbourne Market conference centre, Administration Building ground floor

Cost: FREE!

RSVP:  Friday 3 June to submissions@melbournemarket.com.au

About the Entrepreneurs’ Program

The Entrepreneurs’ Programme is the Australian Government’s flagship initiative for business competitiveness and productivity.

The Entrepreneurs’ Programme has three elements:

  • Accelerating Commercialisation, providing expert guidance, connections and financial support to assist small and medium businesses, entrepreneurs and researchers to find the right commercialisation solutions for their novel product, process or service.
  • Business Management, providing support for business improvement and growth;
  • Business Management
  • Growth Service adviser
  • Supplier improvement plans
  • Innovation Research Connections, helping small and medium businesses collaborate with the research sector to develop new ideas with commercial potential; and

The Programme uses quality Advisers and Facilitators, drawn from industry, to ensure businesses get the advice and support they need to improve their competitiveness and productivity. The primary focus is on providing access to the best advice and networks to solve their problems. Practical support for businesses includes: advice from people with relevant private sector experience, co-funded grants to commercialise new products, processes and services, funding to advantage growth opportunities, and connection and collaboration opportunities.