Creating Business Visibility
July - and it's still cold!
June continued to be cold, but the world is opening up again. I met a client to hand over a website a few weeks ago and was able to enjoy a face to face coffee and a chat - one of my first social outings for a long time.
The last day of June saw another great catch up with one of my awesome business mentors, entrepreneurship facilitator Dee Edwards from Envision Barossa-Yorke-Mid North and one of the crew from my Flinders Uni New Venture Institute Venture Dorm experience.
I can't recommend a one on one with DE highly enough - she continues to be available Monday-Friday from any location in her region, online or now (thankfully) face to face. There is no cost and no limit to the numbers of times you can meet with DE, so you can reach out, stay connected and regularly catch up with her as a business information resource. Dee offers general and comprehensive business assistance, tailored mentoring, no-cost programs and workshops to boost your business and can provide links and referrals to other resources.
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I have also had the privilege of becoming a mentor through the Office of the South Australian Chief Entrepreneur and the Department for Innovation & Skills Fixe Mentoring Program to help support startups and small businesses impacted by COVID-19
If you are interested in mentorship through this program complete the registration form through the link below and the program will directly connect you with highly experienced business people where you can have a confidential conversation about your circumstances and receive unbiased insights and advice to help you navigate through these uncertain times.
I got a nice surprise in the post last week with a mention about my business journey in a new magazine for seniors. The July-August 2020 edition of DARE is published through Australian Seniors and the article was about exploring older-preneurship.