From Surviving To Thriving Business Workshops – Wagga Wagga and Albury – March 2020

From Surviving To Thriving Business Workshops – Wagga Wagga and Albury – March 2020

In the From Surviving To Thriving workshop you will learn how to combine new ways of thinking about business with internet technology in order to make your business more profitable and sustainable.

Climate change.

It’s happening, it’s real, it’s here, and it’s changing the world.

Droughts are getting longer, days are getting hotter, bush fires are getting bigger.

Climate change is real.

If we are going to solve climate change then we must decarbonize our entire society. This is a reality of business.

It is not a reality we should fear. The transition to the low carbon economy is in fact, a massive opportunity for business in regional Australia.

For those businesses who are willing to shift from surviving to thriving in ways that reduce emissions, the opportunities are endless. The technologies are there but we need to put them together in the right way. Empower yourself to put these technologies into place that drive your profitability and your sustainability.

The From Surviving To Thriving workshop and learn how to use the national broadband network and internet technology to:

  • Gain new customers as a result of better marketing
  • Get paid upfront and online by using online payment platforms
  • Automate business process as a result of integrated business technology.
  • Leverage your data and software so that your business becomes more resilient.

 

THIS IS HOW WE SOLVE CLIMATE CHANGE

This Is How We Solve Climate Change:Change Your Mindset. Change The World.Overcoming this challenge means removing those sources of greenhouse gas emissions from our collective business systems and value chains.For those businesses who are willing to lead and find new ways of working in increasingly low emissions ways, the opportunities are endless.For those who don't, the opportunities are ending.Do you want to survive, or do you want to thrive?FROM SURVIVING TO THRIVING BUSINESS WORKSHOPSIn this three hour facilitated workshop, you will learn how to combine new ways of thinking about business and internet technology in order to make your business more profitable and sustainable. Right here, right now. FREE for all owners and managers of business in and around #WaggaWagga, #Albury and the #Riverina region.Seats are limited.Book your tickets on Eventbrite:+ Wagga Wagga, 3rd March 2020https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/from-surviving-to-thriving-how-regional-business-can-adapt-thrive-wagga-tickets-94064973869+ Albury, 5th March 2020https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/from-surviving-to-thriving-how-regional-business-can-adapt-thrive-albury-tickets-94070012941#innovation #technology #internet #sustainability #cimatechange #business #businessanalysis

Posted by AGContext on Wednesday, 19 February 2020

A new mindset from from surviving to thriving

AGContext has partnered with BEC Business Advice in Wagga Wagga to bring these workshops to the business community in Wagga Wagga and Albury.

Through these workshops we are going to help people to shift their mindset about business. A change away from the idea of survival where customers are changing and going else where, into one of thriving where customers are coming to you. We are going to help you to use the internet to be more targeted and focused in delivering higher value of services. Let’s flick that switch in our heads so that we can drive profitability and sustainability through the businesses of regional Australia!

A Rapid Review of your business

The From Surviving To Thriving workshop will lead participants through their own personalised AGContext Rapid Review. This self-assessment is used to explore how your business is aligned with the demands of the low-carbon knowledge economy.  It will help you to understand how to take advantage of the new opportunities that internet technologies offer your business.

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Carl Sudholz is the founder at AGContext and specialist in the integration of information technology within organisations. He holds two degrees, is a certified Business Analyst and a Director of the Australia Chapter of the International Institute of Business Analysis. Carl’s expertise and experience spans 15 years serving public, private and non-for-profit organisations to take control over technology.