Small Business Capacity Building
An intensive half-day training course for leaders of small-medium firms
An increasing number of small and medium consulting firms are facing barriers to effectively compete, with greater complexity and increased competition placing additional demands on their operations.
With around two thirds of our members firms being small or medium enterprises (SMEs), we are bringing together a range of expert speakers to assist in building and strengthening their capacity.
Join us on Tuesday 14 February to learn about key strategies and resources that will help your business retain and gain work.
Tuesday 14 February
8:00am to 11:30am
Sydney, venue details to be provided to confirmed attendees
$190 Members, $240 Non-members, Government $215
(includes GST, light breakfast, morning tea, tea and coffee)
- Role of the Small Business Commission
- Digital strategies and being on the winning did of disruptions
- Insurance and risk for small business
- Legal issues facing small business
- Consult HR and other services
Director of the Dispute Resolution
[Bio to be provided]
Dinesh De Silva
CEO & Co-Founder at NetStripes.com
Dinesh is a strategist and technologist at heart. Armed with an MBA and IT degree he's driven by a passion to increase the digital engagement of small businesses in Australia from the currently low 16% to above 50% in the next five years.
Dinesh is determined to drive digital engagement to fuel economic growth and help create over 700,000 jobs in this beautiful country.
Broking Manager, Bovill Risk & Insurance Consultants (BRIC)
Darren Pavic is the Broking Manager of Bovill Risk & Insurance Consultants (BRIC) and has been arranging professional indemnity since 1998.
BRIC is a member of the Consult Australia PI Pathway.
Darren holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) from The University of Melbourne and a Postgraduate Diploma in Management from Melbourne Business School.
Director - Membership & Commercial Services
Kisanne joined Consult Australia in February 2014, bringing with her almost 20 years’ experience in marketing, business development and client service within professional services - including work with several member firms.
Kisanne is focused on providing members with services that add value to their membership and increase their level of engagement with Consult Australia. She is responsible for managing membership retention and recruitment and for the delivery of all member and commercial services offerings (including business tools, national events, publications, professional development and sponsorship).