Have Your Say @ businessfolk.com.au
Last chance to REGISTER, SUBSCRIBE and HAVE YOUR SAY before funding application is submitted to get this initiative off the ground!
Share, like, follow and tag @busi.folk on social media for a free day pass to the coworking space when it opens – please direct message your email address to receive your trial pass.
If you’re interested in using the space, please please please fill in the quick EOI questionnaire on the website! Thanks y’all.
WHAT is Business Folk you ask?
– communal work tables
– designated desks
– private offices
– conference/meeting rooms
– flexible creative spaces
– soundproof multimedia room
– in-house professional photography
– printer/scanner/photocopy services
– business support services
And, a BUSINESS NETWORK to compliment the physical space.
Business Folk aspires to motivate and inspire:
– home-based businesses
– entrepreneurs / freelancers
– travelling business folk
– creative industries
– community groups / festival organisers / volunteers
– individuals interested in structuring routine tasks
More info at businessfolk.com.au
Cowork • Educate • Network • Inspire • Create
Why walk the business journey alone?
Warrnambool businesses invited to take part in survey
Calling all business owners and operators!
The 2019 Warrnambool Business Trends survey is now open, and all businesses located in Warrnambool encouraged to take part.
Now in its 9th year, the survey records business trends, confidence and plans for growth across the city’s commercial and industrial sectors.
Survey responses are anonymous and takes approximately 10 minutes to complete. Submissions are open until Monday September 23rd.
Complete the survey by clicking here.
Thriving Communities Partnership launches in the South West
Monday 29 April saw over 50 people took part in the workshop and official launch of the South West Victoria Chapter for Thriving Communities Partnership.
Coming together to explore how local and national organisations across business, community and government can share knowledge, connect and create positive change for people experiencing vulnerability in the region. Exploring the themes of education and employment, health, access and inclusion and community strength, the chapter seeks to build on the wealth of expertise and experience in cross-sector partnerships already present in the region to innovate, connect and share with each other and the broader Thriving Communities Partnership national network.
This work wouldn’t have been possible without the support of Founding Partner Wannon Water, Deakin University, Synergy 2030 and the Southern Grampians Glenelg Primary Care Partnership.
It was also great to see our national Founding Partners Telstra, ANZ and National Australia Bank.