Information for businesses impacted by bushfires in late 2018 and early 2019 in Central Tasmania, West Coast and Southern regions The impact of the bushfires on Tasmanian businesses continue to affect the West Coast's Zeehan and Rosebery areas, Central Tasmania around the Barren Tier and Shannon area and the Southern regions of Geeveston, Franklin, Lonnavale, [...]
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The Department of State Growth, is excited to offer Tasmanian businesses an exclusive opportunity to develop real-life tendering skills to help you win government business. Through our Winning Government Tenders Workshop you’ll learn the tendering ‘do’s’ and ‘don’ts’. Participants will benefit from practical tips that address how to become ‘tender ready’. Whether you are new [...]
The Department of State Growth, in conjunction with TasICT is excited to offer Tasmanian ICT organisations an exclusive opportunity to develop real-life tendering skills to help you win government business. Through our Winning Government Tenders Workshop you’ll learn the tendering ‘do’s’ and ‘don’ts’. Participants will benefit from practical tips that address how to become ‘tender [...]
Skills Checkpoint for Older Workers Do you employ older workers who need some assistance to continue or change their career? This new government-funded program offers mature workers personalised, one-to-one assistance to find a pathway to their future career. If you’re: • Aged between 45 and 70; and • An Australian citizen or permanent resident; and [...]
What can government agencies offer your business? Come along to our Business Connect and networking night and meet the people delivering the programs that might help your business. What kind of information will I find? Help desks covering: Services that can help your business grow and improve its performance Support for commercialising a new product. Come and speak with [...]
Create Compelling Visual Merchandising Often the only differentiator between the successes of two businesses selling similar products is the way the product is visually merchandised. Fortunately presenting a retail business well does not have to be hard or expensive as there are a number of simple standards that help to make a store stand out [...]
Thinks’n’Drinks was established by Switch Tasmania to bring together like-minded people with a business or business idea. Each meet up has a theme relevant to small business owners, and attracts a positive and passionate group of people. Anyone* is invited to attend, regardless of business experience or size. We’re a friendly bunch! *However, numbers are [...]
Our latest speed pitch evening was a smashing success with a great turn out. Many pitchers prepared great content to discuss and some made it up on the spot! That's what makes our Speed Pitch nights so much fun. Some great quality business ideas were pitched with great support and feedback provided followed by some [...]
On the 15th November, Thinks 'n' Drinks visited the Psychology CAFFE in Latrobe to discuss mental health in the workplace. Not only did we hear about the trials and tribulations of managing a small business, but we heard from three passionate, dedicated and insightful panellists - discussing their personal journeys through mental health. The event [...]