Free new service offered by Mitchell Shire Council.January 31, 2013 4:21am
Mitchell Shire Council is offering a free mentoring service to small businesses and potential entrepreneurs over the coming months.
The seminars will mentor entrepreneurs in areas such as getting started, growing a business, maintaining staff, achieving financial success and moving forward.
Some entrepreneurs may be eligible for a free one-on-one 45-minute mentoring session.
The sessions will run in Seymour from February to November.
Mayor Bill Melbourne said it was ‘‘a fantastic opportunity to bolster an entrepreneurial spirit within our community’’.
‘‘This Small Business Mentoring Service provides support from the top down to assist local businesses in developing their initiatives further,’’ he said.
‘‘It is imperative to have the correct support in place if we wish to accelerate long-term economic development across the Shire.’’
The programs will run on Thursdays or Fridays between 10
Places for the SBMS program are limited and will be offered on a first come first serve basis.
Expressions of interest should be forwarded to email@example.com or call Hayley Rosenboom on 5734
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