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October is Small Business Month

As part of Small Business Month, the NSW Government have a special line-up of events that are designed to support small businesses to start and grow in NSW. This year’s program includes a variety of free activities including webinars, business breakfasts, social media workshops, networking sessions and much more.

A range of events are planned across the state, and two events are to be held in Tamworth:

Boost with Facebook – 24th of October at 7.30am to 10.30am
From beginner to expert, whatever your skill level, Boost with Facebook has got you covered, with free digital skills modules tailored to help you build your online brand. Explore the latest digital trends, get practical tips to get started and get noticed. Tickets are free and bookings are essential.

Inspirational Indigenous Business Thought Leaders - 31th of October at 7.30am to 10.30am
Come along to this free breakfast seminar and hear from local Aboriginal entrepreneurs as they share their journey, and the challenges faced when building their businesses. This is an excellent opportunity for you to create stronger networks within your local community, and be empowered to start your business off on the right foot. Tickets are free and bookings are essential.

A wide range of webinars will also be available:

Further information is available on the Small Business Month website: www.businessmonth.nsw.gov.au

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