Calling SME Owners looking to grow your business through innovation: 9 Oct – 15 Nov 2018

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We are pleased to advise that the INNOVATION MASTER CLASS will run at the Peregian Beach Digital Hub with a series of five half-day workshops running from 9 October to 15 November.  Please see PDF information brochure attached.

This program is run by Colin Graham of Causeway Innovation with the support of Noosa Council and #SCRIPT – Our Sunshine Coast Region Innovation Program.

The Innovation Master Class is an applied business development program aimed at owner managers of small to mid sized businesses with an ambition to grow and is open to businesses from all industry sectors in the Sunshine Coast and Noosa council areas.

The Innovation Master Class is focused on helping businesses to grow and improve profitability through innovation and outlines a practical five-step approach to develop a strategic direction, generate, evaluate and implement innovative new ideas.

The program includes a final Showcase session to help participants build their business profile, drive progress, gain input and develop new network connections. The format gives participants the chance to apply new ideas to their business and build strong and lasting relationships with other course participants.

The program cost is subsidised at $495 plus GST – the normal fee is $2,000 – to help growing small businesses access this practical support. The fee includes five workshops, course materials plus a one-to-one session focusing on implementation.

Places on this program are limited to 14 businesses; entry is competitive via a brief Expression of Interest, which can be made online via this link: https://innovationmasterclass.typeform.com/to/WZx2Vf

Expressions of Interest can be made from now until 28th September. Places will be allocated progressively with final places assigned by 2nd Oct.

 
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