Hey City of Sydney! – Let’s Talk Business!

- March 8, 2012 2 MIN READ

The city of Sydney, Let’s Talk Business programs, allows business owners to gain critical insights, to increase revenue and customers, get inspired and network with Sydney business leaders.

Four educational and networking events specifically designed for small and medium businesses like you are going to be taking place over the next couple of months.

  • Outsourcing: Costs Down & revenue’s Up [Tues April 3rd]
  • The Social Media Solution: Better Customer Value and Growth [Tues May 1st]
  • Data Strategies: How your Data can Drive New Business [Tues May 29th]
  • Get More Business: Go Online [Tues June 26th]

Bookings can be made via the website that has been set up for the program.

Here is a brief overview on the sessions that will be taking place.

Outsourcing: Costs Down & Revenues Up

New Outsourcing solutions have dramatically arrived on the web. Learn what can be outsourced, plus how to find, evaluate and manage solutions and avoid costly mistakes. Hear from freelnacer, Temando, Advanced Human Technologies and OZHut.

The Social Media Solution: Better Customer value and Growth

Social Media management tools are now easier to use, better integrated and more affordable. Learn what works, how to campaign, and measure performance. Hear from Circul8, One Green bean, Miss Chu and Radian6.

Data Strategies: How your Data can drive New Business

Learn how your data adds value to your business and can be monetised. manage it, collect better data and get a strategy. A strategically designed integrated database adds significant value to your business. Hear from Datarati, Google Apps and Smart Company.

Get More Business: Go Online

Online trading is booming. Retail and business customers are flocking to transact online. Learn what to get online, choosing affordable solutions, the risks and management lessons. Hear from Kogan, BigCommerce and Oobi Baby & Kids.


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[picture: Daily Telegraph Online]