Queensland Small Business Week 2018 Regional Roundtable - Townsville
The Office of Small Business is pleased to present the Queensland Small Business Week 2018 Regional Roundtable in Townsville where you can connect, collaborate and network with other small business owners, Office of Small Business mentors and a range of industry stakeholders.
An essential part of any business, building a well-established network can help you identify new opportunities, ideas and innovative solutions for your business.
The Queensland Government recognises that small businesses are the engine room of the State’s economy. Through the Advancing Small Business Queensland Strategy 2016-20, we are creating an environment in which Queensland is the place for small business to start, grow and employ.
We hope you can join us to celebrate the importance of Queensland’s diverse small businesses as we bring Queensland Small Business Week 2018 to your region on 29 May 2018.
QSBW 2018 is presented by the Queensland Government, in partnership with Australia Post, Bendigo Bank and Vodafone.
|Starts:||29 May 2018 3.30pm|
|Ends:||29 May 2018 6.30pm|
|Venue:||The Banquet Centre, Townsville Brewery, 252 Flinders Street, Townsville|
|Presenter:||Office of Small Business|
|Parking:||2-hour paid street parking is available until 5pm, then free afterwards. All day parking for $6.00 is also available within walking distance of the venue.|
|Catering:||Canapes and beverages provided|
|Contact name:||Office of Small Business|
|Registration phone number:||(07) 3333 5454|
- Last reviewed: 13 Apr 2018
- Last updated: 13 Apr 2018
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