By Mitchell Clarke
Businesses in Casey and Cardinia will have access to expert advice on growing their business during a number of Small Business Workshops in Dandenong and Cranbourne.
Last year more than 5,400 people participated in similar workshops across the state, which provided important advice and support to businesses in regards to financial management and marketing.
Delivered by experienced business specialists, the free or low-cost workshops are an opportunity to network with the workshop hosted by the City of Greater Dandenong.
Member for Bass electorate Jordan Crugnale said the workshops have already helped thousands of prospective and established business owners get the advice they need to expand their businesses.
“We’re giving local businesses the important expert face-to-face advice they need, no matter where they are across Victoria,” Ms Crugnale said.
Minister for Small Business Adem Somyurek said the workshops are suitable for small businesses or already well established businesses.
“This is just one of the ways the Andrews Labor Government is making Victoria the best state in which to grow a small business,” Mr Somyurek said.
The Labor Government’s Business planning essentials: How to build road map to success workshop will be held on Monday 12 August at Dandenong Library from 6.30pm and on Wednesday 21 August at Cranbourne Homemaker Centre from 10am.
For more information, call Small Business Victoria on 13 22 15.