As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to disrupt and deteriorate business conditions in our region and across the country, the focus of many businesses is on adaptation. To support our business community, we have produced a series of webinars featuring selected local experts to share tips, tools and information on how to adapt and survive.
This first episode in the series guides you through establishing an e-commerce presence for the first time. Ory Purhonen, founder of Webics, a Nowra-based web design and marketing agency, explains how to:
Joining us in episode two is Wollongong-based online marketing expert Kellie O’Brien, who explains how to promote your business and build a following across your social channels, sharing her insights into:
Joining us for our third episode is Sam Troutman, lawyer at RMB Lawyers in Wollongong. A specialist in property and real estate law, Sam guides you through commercial tenancies, answering the questions at the forefront of many business owners minds:
Managing cash flow has been a critical issue facing businesses of all sizes and in episode four we are joined by Courtney West, a partner at KPMG in Wollongong, who outlines what a sensible cashflow management strategy looks like, including:
With restrictions beginning to be lifted, business need to know how to position themselves for success coming out of the COVID-19 downturn. Episode five delivers expert advice from the team at Waples Marketing Group who walk you through:
Joining us in episode six is local chartered accountant and partner at Accounting Professionals, Gary Pinch, who covers everything your business needs to know about JobKeeper 2.0 and beyond, sharing practical advice and insights into:
In our final episode we are joined by David Potts, Partner and head of Kells employment, personal injury and compensation teams. As a specialist in employment law, episode seven sees David deliver expert advice on managing your workforce in the current climate, including: