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Entrepreneurship Facilitators provide practical assistance to support and encourage individuals to start a business as a way to create their own job.
What services do Entrepreneurship Facilitators provide?
Entrepreneurship Facilitators provide a range of free services, including, but not limited to:
- Promoting and encouraging entrepreneurship among all individuals by providing information and advice about entrepreneurship and starting and running a business to clients, community organisations and other relevant stakeholders.
- Providing tailored mentoring and assistance to individuals. This includes facilitating interactive engagements to provide information and advice (such as workshops and networking events) and providing mentoring assistance and advice.
- Linking and referring individuals to appropriate services that will help them start and run their own business, including New Business Assistance with NEIS.
1 January 2019 - 31 December 2020
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Learn about Wendy Perry who is the Managing Director of Workforce BluePrint and Entrepreneur Facilitator for Adelaide – West, Switch Start Scale.
A collection of information sheets, links to apps and other resources for the general public and industry to help you stay informed and share important messages.
Business advice, events and programs to help you, co-working and meeting spaces in Western Adelaide, export and international trade, government links and resources.
Check out the events calendar for upcoming networking events, professional development and workshops run by Switch Start Scale and ecosystem members.
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for an initial stocktake and ongoing to Get Stuff Done!
Entrepreneurial thinking is about recognising opportunities in the marketplace and understanding how and when to capitalise on them. Becoming an entrepreneur is not necessarily an inherent trait. It takes time to train yourself to use your talents and experience to see opportunities where others do not.
You might have a startup or side hustle, be self-employed or a sub-contractor, run a small business, be scaling up or seen as a standout business.
If you are interested in free business and startup support, coaching and mentoring, collaborating on events and networks, providing or gaining intros, offering products and services, programs and workshops I’m reaching out to you for connections, partnerships and referrals with further info on the services available here: https://www.employment.gov.au/entrepreneurship-facilitators