Young people, aged between 12 and 25, can develop their ‘teenpreneur’ business skills by attending free Sunshine Coast Council Y-business workshops at Maroochydore and Kawana libraries in February.
Creating your own business at a young age can be easy if you learn the tips and tricks of the trade from professionals.
Two very successful local companies have been secured to share their wisdom at the Y-business workshops to give teen’s the edge when delving into the world of business development or the very latest technology trends.
Belinda Ford, Chief Executive Officer of successful eBay store Retro au go go will get teens up to speed on getting their business online, while Mark Change from Leading Edge Computer group will ensure teens learn how to utilise the latest technologies and apps.
Online business basics
Maroochydore Library, 44 Sixth Avenue, Cotton Tree
Tuesday 26 February
5.30pm to 6.30pm
Bookings are essential by visiting your local Sunshine Coast library in person or online at council’s library website.
Maroochydore Library, Cotton Tree
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