To compete in today’s ever-changing and challenging world, small businesses must adopt a sophisticated approach, and governments must provide an operating environment.
The Summit will provide the unique opportunity for direct collaboration between thought leaders, industry, policy-makers and grass-roots business owners to investigate and solve the real and tangible issues currently affecting the SMEs Sector.
A cordial invitation is extended to join me at Deakin University for our biannual SBAA International Small Business Summit (Summit).
The Summit is the only one of its kind in Australia where every attending delegate can contribute to the conversation and make a difference.
This event is about making and contributing to better outcomes and better ways for our small business community who make up 98% of all businesses in Australia.
The purpose of the Summit is to lay the foundations for good policies including new ideas, best business practices and ease of doing business for small businesses particularly doing trade with global economies.
96-99.7% of all businesses in contemporary economies are small businesses meaning they make up the bulk of businesses – globally. As an example, between Australian and Japanese small businesses, they make up approximately 6.5million small businesses. They are the economy.
The Small Business Charter of Australia (the Charter) contains Ten Pillars and is the framework for policy makers resulting in drafting sustainable and suitable policy for small business.
Think ‘Small Business First ‘when drafting legislation.
The topics discussed during the Summit are based on one of each of the Ten Pillars.
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