An unprecedented collaboration of key stakeholders, Government and business owners, with the sole agenda to bring about much needed positive and long lasting change for Small Business Policy in Australia.
In what will be a historic event, The Small Business Summit will deliver a series of high level workshops, focusing on crucial pillars, providing attendees with the opportunity for valuable input into what will become the blueprint for policy making for SMEs, The Small Business Charter of Australia.
Held over two days, from Tuesday, 30th – Wednesday, 31st May 2017, at Southern Cross University’s Gold Coast campus, The Summit’s objectives are to deliver the foundation for sound policies, derived by a better understanding of the real challenges and needs of SMEs.
If you would like to be involved and have your say about industry issues that are important to you please register as a delegate. As a delegate you can make submissions that will be considered in the drafting of this historic document.
A Free Q &A Public Forum will begin at 2pm Wednesday 31 May, 2017 for those who want to find out more about the Small Business Charter of Australia but do not want to participate as a delegate. Click Here to Register.
If you want change and a better future, this is your chance to have your say and contribute to the formation of the Small Business Charter of Australia.
The topics and agenda is now available, please download the Summit programme.
To register complete the Delegate Registration and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org