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Geelong Small Business Festival

50 events to help you grow, connect and improve your business!

The Geelong Small Business Festival is delivered by the City of Greater Geelong in partnership with Small Business Festival Victoria.

The #GSBF2018 offers businesses in Geelong assistance to grow and connect through events, webinars and workshops.

All events are presented at low cost or free, and are designed to help small to medium business owners improve their productivity.

#GSBF2018 offers opportunities to learn from, network, and engage with other like-minded businesses and industry experts.

Our signature event featuring Ita Buttrosewill be a night to remember on the Geelong Small Business Festival calendar. Ita will guide small business owners towards the resilience factor and why it's crucial for business success.

Other #GSBF2018 key events include the Economic Breakfast with Bill Evans from Westpac, TedX in Queenscliff and some fantastic webinars from 'Kochie' David Koch's KBB agency and our own Future Proofing Geelong.

This year #GSBF2018 is passionate about:

  • Aboriginal business development
  • diverse, inclusive and multi-cultural topics
  • international trade
  • digital economy and innovation.

Book online at gsbf.com.au to Grow, Connect & Improve your business.

The Geelong Small Business Festival is brought to you by the City of Greater Geelong and Small Business Victoria.




When:
Daily from 01 August 2018 to 31 August 2018
Next on:
15 August 2018
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21 August 2018
22 August 2018
23 August 2018
24 August 2018
25 August 2018
26 August 2018
27 August 2018
28 August 2018
29 August 2018
30 August 2018
31 August 2018
Where:
Various Locations
Geelong
Costs:
Free & Ticketed areas

Associated Organisations:Economic Development Unit - City of Greater Geelong
Contact:Vanessa Kelly
Phone:03 5272 4579
Email:vkelly@geelongcity.vic.gov.au
Website:www.gsbf.com.au


Page last updated: Wednesday, 20 June 2018
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