MBN presents 3 Networking Events at the 2017 Small Business Festival

Small Business Festival Victoria (Aug-Sep)
The 2017 Small Business Festival Victoria has 500+ events to help you start or grow your business, learn new skills and get involved in exciting new opportunities. The Melbourne business network proudly presents three events:

  • Small Business Festival: Networking Breakfast
  • Small Business Festival: Womens Event
  • Small Business Festival: Get Connected Event

Small Business Festival: Networking Breakfast
Date: August 3, 2017 .
Venue: General Assembly Melbourne, 45 William St.  Book here
A Melbourne Business Network – Small Business Festival Event “How to sell and network better to win more business in the 21st. Century” This interactive Breakfast will be facilitated by Sue Barrett of salesessentials.com  Sue is like the renewable energy sector versus fossil fuels when it comes to helping people and businesses sell better. A light breakfast will be served with ample opportunity to practice your networking skills.

Small Business Festival: Celebrating Women in Business
Date: August 17, 2017 5:30 pm – 9:00 pm.
Venue: The Cluster (level 17). Book here
Be inspired by a panel of top women in business who’ve faced the challenges that can hold women back from achieving in their business. This will highlight the success stories and how they not only broke through these barriers but inspired others to do so. Learn, be inspired, meet other women in business and build your knowledge on how others have made an impact on their business to achieve success.

Small Business Festival: Get Connected Event
Date: August 31, 2017 5:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Venue: Donkey Wheel House (Level 2). Book here.
‘Get Connected’ – Powerful tips to grow your business through networking
Networking is not just about schmoozing or handing out business cards. It’s about building meaningful relationships, establishing trust and knowing why you’re in business….what’s your passion? It’s about the art of giving rather than taking. Networks, whether through social media or in person are critical for growing a small business. Creating powerful connections to expand, showcase and build your business is a crucial part of everyday in a small business.

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