Country Music Festival to celebrate milestone in Caboolture

April 30, 2013 by  

After entertaining crowds for a decade, the Urban Country Music Festival celebrates its tenth anniversary this weekend with a great line up of [Read more]

Kids TRYathlon to take place near Brisbane next month

April 30, 2013 by  

Children from all over Brisbane, particularly those from Slacks Creek and Logan, are in training for the 2013 Weet-Bix Kids TRYathlon, which takes place [Read more]

Prahran’s Chapel Street set for renovation

April 29, 2013 by  

A plan is taking shape in the first step toward improving the iconic Chapel Street in Prahran.

The council is requesting feedback [Read more]

Perth Art Gallery success leads to development plans

April 28, 2013 by  

An art gallery in Perth has become so successful that it is struggling to keep up, according to its director.

Galleries and museums around Australia are [Read more]

Sydney designer gives logo advice for Penrith’s small businesses

April 27, 2013 by  

A memorable and unique logo is sometimes all that stands between the success and demise of businesses in Penrith, according to designer Vince Frost, of Sydney’s [Read more]

Men’s magazine is a success in Western Australia

April 26, 2013 by  

A newspaper supplement in Western Australia is proving to be a hit with the male audience it targets.

West Mate is fast becoming a [Read more]

Matt on the mat with WWE

April 25, 2013 by  

Berwick and Narre Warren Wrestling fans are cheering for hometown hulk Matt Silva, who recently signed with [Read more]

Legends of the Skies comes to Moorabbin Airport

April 24, 2013 by  

When Mordialloc resident Maggie Morrison discovered her land was formerly the home of pioneering pilot Gertrude McKenzie, her interest was piqued. Her journey of discovery has now been transformed into 'Legends of the Skies', a 90 minute performance held at [Read more]

Help for small businesses offered in Glen Eira

April 23, 2013 by  

Small business owners looking to boost their business or kick-start a new chapter in their marketing will find plenty of ideas during next month’s Small Business Month series of events.

The events organised by

the Glen Eira City Council will cover various aspects of running and marketing a small business. Competition in the small and medium enterprise sector is always fierce so anything owners can do to make sure they stand out from the crowd can help and the Small Business Month aims to offer fresh ideas for businesses in every sector.

The series of talks will begin on Thursday May 2nd, with a dinner seminar discussing entrepreneurship. Other talks will cover online marketing, how to review a business and approach it with a fresh look, and how to position a brand for increased sales.

Many of the events take place at Glen Eira Town Hall on the corner of Hawthorn and Glen Eira Roads, making them convenient for businessmen and women from Caulfield. Several include light refreshments while dinner will be served at two of the events.

Each workshop will not only be a chance to learn new ideas, but also an opportunity to network with other entrepreneurs from across the district; potentially building some profitable new relationships. Good business card printing is key to presenting a professional image when making new contacts. People planning to attend the events should make sure their business card orders are up to date.

To book a place at any of the events contact the council’s service centre.

Marketing on a budget explained in Melbourne this week

April 22, 2013 by  

Businesses looking to promote themselves on a small budget can get inspiration from two expert speakers tomorrow.

The Victorian branch of the International Association of Business Communicators [Read more]

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