THE Greater Shepparton Business Centre’s Digital Enterprise Program (DEP) has been of great value to many local businesses and up and coming entrepreneurs.
The free Government funded seminars have been designed to provide information and inspiration to business owners, giving them a new confidence to manage their business online presence.
Two grateful local Business Owners, Janene Burr and Karen Miles of newly founded ABLECARE Staffing; which provides an on-call service from 5am – 10pm daily for casual Nursing and Personal Care staff to Health Services within North East Victoria, told The Adviser, “We wanted a lot of advice on starting our business (just two months ago) and we’ve been able to learn so much from the digital workshops. These workshops have offered relevant advice in helping us set up a marketing strategy for our website. They only take two hours and the information is relevant and easy to understand.”
Greater Shepparton Business Centre Business Development Officer, Tricia Martinek said, “The workshops are a great opportunity for business owners and not-for-profit organisations to gain the knowledge and the tools they need to grow.”
Janene and Karen were also offered free mentoring sessions and access to a range of other services through the business center to help them get started.
The free digital workshops will run through until December, offering a number of seminars to assist businesses with selling through their websites.
For further information or to register your interest, contact the Greater Shepparton Business Centre on 5832 1100 or visit the website www.shepdigienterprises.com