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2nd Tech Founder’s Breakfast

Our first Breakfast was such a success…we are having another one. Logan Tech Founders are gathering again for breakfast to share and learn from each other. Are you the next Steve Jobs, Bill Gates or Melanie Perkins? Logan needs our own Larry Page and Sergey Brin and we get together to push the local tech-business boundaries. Led by our President, Stewart Fleming, founder of 8 Tech businesses, this is an opportunity not to be missed.

Logan Chamber of Commerce March Breakfast

Let’s Celebrate International Women’s Day early at our March Breakfast!! Join us at the amazing Meadowbrook Golf Club to celebrate International Women’s Day!! Our Guest Speakers, Gail Ker, CEO of Access Community Services Ltd and and Elena Gosse, CEO of AIS Water will be sharing their experiences and knowledge of being ground breaking women in today’s world.

Mike O’Hagan Series

I have teamed up with a Government-sponsored program via Business Station to bring you 4 business learning webinars. The first, starting THIS FRIDAY, Feb 26th 12noon (QLD time) – shares the “why” of business. Essential to growing a bigger business I share my start-up story and why MiniMovers grew to the success it became. In the other 3 Webinar’s I will share: the Growth Strategies I used, how I managed to get everyone rowing in one direction (the key to great products and great employees), how to evolve and change with the market, and a great session on the mistakes I made. If you want to win at the game of business you can register here – https://businessstation.link/MikeOHaganSeries

Runway Extender Program

Price:  Free (usually $990) Spaces: Limited to 25 Dates: Tuesday 23 March and Tuesday 30 March   This two-day virtual program is open to regional and metro-based startups throughout Queensland who want a better understanding of their runway and strategies to stretch and improve their cashflow. This program is for startups who are unsure of their cash position and want a tool to calculate how much runway they have left.

NAB ANNOUNCED AS MAJOR SPONSOR FOR SBAA INTERNATIONAL SMALL BUSINESS SUMMIT

MEDIA RELEASE NAB announced as major sponsor for SBAA International Small Business Summit 2021 Key points NAB is the primary sponsor of the SBAA International Small Business Summit 2021 The Summit will be held on the Gold Coast on Thursday, 10 and Friday, 11 June 2021 and will include in-person and virtual delegates. The 2-day summit will include a gala dinner on Thursday 10 June 2021 The Summit is expected to attract policymakers, academics, governments, international representatives, small and large businesses, and business organisations Small Business Association of Australia (SBAA) today announced that Australia’s largest business bank, NAB will sponsor the 2021 International Small Business Summit on the Gold Coast on Thursday, 10 and Friday, 11 June 2021. 

Start to Scale Program (Virtual)

Price:  Free (usually $990) Spaces: Limited to 25 Dates: Thursday 16 February and Thursday 23 February   This two-day virtual program is open to regional and metro-based startups in Queensland who have increased momentum over the past 6 – 12 months. This is for startups and scaleups who have seen a significant increase in growth and want to make the most of this opportunity to scale rapidly.

Business of Entrepreneurship Program

Thanks to Advance Queensland more early stage, high growth startups and scaleups throughout Queensland will have access to BDO’s Business of Entrepreneurship Program. This program provides startup founders with financial education and business tools to ensure the long-term viability of their business model and financial strategies.

Acceler8ing Diversity Program (Face-to-face)

Dates:  Tuesday 29 June and Wednesday 30 June 2021    Time:  9:00 am – 4:30 pm Location:   BDO Brisbane, Level 10, 12 Creek Street, Brisbane City Qld Spaces: Limited to 20   This face-to-face Acceler8or program is designed with all Queensland founders in mind to ensure that no one is left behind. Priority will be given to regional startups and scaleups as well as female founders, Indigenous, LGBTQI+ and startups from (dis)ability sector.


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