New Business Fundamentals. Innovate Australia event.
22nd July, 2021
2:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Liberty Training & Conference Centre, 197 St Georges Terrace, Perth
As part of our ongoing support of the ‘start-up ecosystem’, we are delighted to be able to host this event from Innovate Australia.
Join us to interact with our panel of experts to discuss those and other important aspects of starting a new business, including information on available assistance and resources.
No matter if you have a desire to create the next unicorn or just want to finally develop the idea you have been nursing for a while, the steps to start the business very much remain universal.
1. Define your unique selling point
2. Find a business mentor
3. Create a business plan
4. Register web domains and trademarks
5. Set up your business structure
6. Ensure that your business will eventually be profitable
7. Set up a business bank account
8. Arrange business insurance
9. Register for taxes
10. List the items that can be tax-deductible expenses
11. Create your website
12. Create social network accounts
13. Ask people to promote you online
14. Find the right employees
15. Think about how you’ll use technology
16. Choose your business applications
17. Keep your data safe
Founder & Principal at Damburst, Managing Editor at The Property Tribune
Colin Jorgensen AFAIM
Chief Executive Officer at Business Station Inc.
CEO and Founder of Living Online & The Property Tribune
Dr Jennifer Halton
Chief Impact Officer at CERI
Manager Business Information and Programs at Small Business Development Corporation
Executive Director, Customer WA at CyberCX
Founder at The Unleashed Zone
Innovate Australia encourages, assists and promotes Australian innovation. The not-for-profit and non-partisan organisation works with industry and academia to uncover innovation, encourages new innovations, develops programs and forms innovation networks. Innovate Australia aims to be an independent conduit for viable ideas.
Innovate Australia operates independently of government, industry and universities, however, works with a range of stakeholders on unique and forward-thinking projects across Australia. Services provided include, but are not limited to consulting, think-tanks, connecting firms undertaking innovative projects and marketing of organisations embarking on their innovation journeys.
To suggest an event or to propose the next presenter for one of our networking meetings, or just for more information please contact Peter Kasprzak or Dr Adam Osseiran.