What is “normal” – for a citizen, startup or multinational business – going to look like in ten years? Twenty? Fifty? What megatrends and technologies are going to have the biggest impact on Tasmania, Australia and the world? What could the future look like? More importantly, what do you want it to look like? Will [...]
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About this seminar Do not dismiss your responsibilities as an employer. Join us at a free training seminar to learn how to nail the business basics in-line with your Fair Work obligations. Attending this training seminar is a must for anyone running a business, managing employees or maintaining health and safety legislation. What will we [...]
Central Coast Council is taking a very proactive approach to mitigating the impacts of one of the fastest growing health conditions in Australia. It already runs the Connect Café which provides a supportive place for people with Dementia and their carers to catch up. Together with Tasmanian Health Services, Council are now offering Dementia-Friendly Inclusion [...]
Take the opportunity to show your appreciation to businesses who have provided outstanding service and contributed to businesses excellence in and around Burnie. Vote now by downloading the attached entry form & dropping it off to a entry box. Entry boxes are located at: Burnie City Council Chambers Burnie Library Plaza Arcade Tassie Supps LJ [...]
Have choice and control over your NDIS plan, there is flexibility to ensure you can choose how to spend your funds to live the life the way you choose. Sessions to be held: Monday 12th August 2019 – 11:30 am – 2 pm @ Devonport Paranaple Centre 145 Rooke Street, Devonport Tuesday 1st [...]
Community Update 23rd October 2019 Day 50!! The Central Coast 100 Day Challenge Working Group have been busy working on the Challenge Actions! Check out the attached graphic which illustrates what has been achieved during the first 50 days. Thank you and recognition must go to our wonderful Working Group Member organisations: · Bank of [...]
The Tasmanian Community Fund in partnership with TasCOSS is offering one day training in partnership building and collaboration. The training will be delivered by Partnership Brokers Australia. Come along to learn how to build multi-stakeholder collaborations (‘partnering’), explore partnering challenges and good practice principles and gain an understanding of what it takes to partner effectively. [...]
Would you like the opportunity to discuss a particular business issue or question to an experienced business mentor? Back by popular demand, MAS National is pleased to invite you to the next exciting round of Mentor Speed Dating for Businesses! Throughout the course of the evening, participants will be given the opportunity to take part [...]
A collaborative approach to supporting growth and productivity in Tasmania’s small business sector. University of Tasmania, College of Business and Economics has convened a series of small business symposiums working with partners and stakeholders in each region to provide an opportunity to hear speakers (subject matter experts and local business) present around the themes of: Achieving your goals – setting a strategy [...]
This informative and interactive session will help you consider a tailored cyber security solution for your business, big or small. We will examine cyber threats, then discuss effective protection and prevention. There is no silver bullet, so come along and talk with Andrew about what matters to your business. About the Presenter: Andrew Quill is [...]