October Small Business Event – Limited Spaces
Hornsby Council is partnering with Core Success Network (Corework) to host an event for Small Business Month 2019.
Function Room, 6pm-7pm Networking and opportunity to meet other like-minded people. Bring cards, make new friends and do business!
Cinema, 7pm-8pm Join our speakers, panel discussion and Q&A.
Function Room, 8pm-9pm Further networking opportunities and meet the speakers
Special Evening – for future of small business
Don’t miss out, please register so you can be part of this special evening event.
Alexi Boyd – Is a radio host, podcaster, panel moderator and workshop facilitator. She’s a fierce advocate for small business across the globe. In 2019 she was awarded Practice Ignition’s Top 50 Women in Accounting. Alexi doesn’t just talk small business, she lives it!
Sally Illingworth – is an experienced business strategist with over 7 years experience in the food, retail and franchising ecosystem. With experience across operations, marketing, project management and training Sally was dubbed the 59th most powerful person in the Northern Territory relative to her momentum in leveraging both online and offline networks.
Scotty Schindler – The retired startup founder and CEO of ReNet is recognised as a leading Aussie business identity and keen surfer who has won multiple Surfing Titles. Scotty will share his latest project in the Success Hub of Sawtell and working alongside Coffs Harbour City Council.
Andrew Third – Co-Founder of Corework – After Andrew spent over a decade in corporate technology and innovation, he has embarked on building businesses through online and offline networks.
Sandro Hogan – Has been involved in Tech/IT space for over 20 years, having been involved with start-ups and small business he brings security, technology and a wealth of knowledge for small business.
Ryan James – Demographics consultant and account manager at id. the population experts is all about getting the best results using data supporting the local business community, helping them to use data that improves their chances of success.