How a Mega Expo Will Help Local Businesses to Thrive

A massive expo is ready to help local business owners and operators take the next step.

second annual Change Business Expo concluded through Will be held in Bokarina on 23 August.

It will give Sunshine Coast businesses access to local, local, state and federal government aid agencies as well as the region’s thriving Chambers of Commerce and industry groups.

Sunshine Coast Council, the Queensland Government Department of Employment, Small Business and Training and the Sunshine Coast Chamber Alliance are inviting all 33,000 businesses from across the region to participate in the expo.

Mayor Mark Jamieson said the expo represents the right time to move forward and think about business growth.

“If you are looking for help to grow your support network, this is a great event that will connect you with the best and brightest business minds and support agencies in the region,” he said.

There will be information sessions in the expo. Pictured: Ben Voss.

“This year’s event will be very practical and practical for businesses.

“Exhibitors and presenters will outline their five key takeaways to help businesses implement real strategies, tools and resources.”

The Government of Queensland has partnered with Sunshine Coast Council and the Sunshine Coast Chamber Alliance to help deliver this year’s expo.

Leanne Lenard, Acting Minister for Employment and Small Business, said the expo would be of great help to local businesses.

“Events like these are vital to helping small businesses thrive and I urge local area businesses to register and participate,” she said.

“Tapping into other experienced business minds can provide a fresh perspective, forge valuable connections, and open doors to new opportunities.”

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Local people are encouraged to do business with each other. Pictured: Ben Voss.

The Queensland Government is committed to investing more than $39 million over the next four years to help businesses reach their goals.

Among the speakers will be Ellen Jobson, CEO of Jets Fitness Australia, who will deliver an inspirational and insightful keynote address.

Elaine has spent 23 years in executive positions in the fitness industry, working with renowned entrepreneurs such as Richard Branson, Fitness First founder Mike Balfour OBE, and Brendan Levenson.

Small business owners will learn the five lessons large businesses use to survive, thrive and grow.

Meta (Facebook/Instagram) community trainer Dante St. James will provide a Facebook, Instagram and Messenger masterclass to help businesses adapt to change and continue to grow online.

A business development masterclass will be presented by Growee founder Tara Jacobsen, sharing tools to help businesses make strategic decisions, plan for the next 90 days, seize opportunities, reduce stress, and stay in control in uncertain times. Will do

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There will be a hectic schedule of events and performances. Pictured: Ben Voss.

Exhibitors will include the Department of Small Business and Training, the Office of the Small Business Commissioner, AusIndustry, Visit Sunshine Coast, Mentoring for Growth, TAFE Queensland, UniSC and the region’s Chambers of Commerce and Industry Group.

The event will conclude with a networking event that provides businesses with the opportunity to connect with other local businesses and a number of support agencies.

Sunshine Coast Council’s economic development team will also be available to provide a concierge service to guide participants to tailored support and connect them with relevant exhibitors.

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Change Business Expo concluded through

Where: Venue 114, Players Parade, Bokarina.

When: Tuesday, August 23, from 3 pm to 7.30 pm.

enter: free. Register through Event Sunshine Coast and view event listings.