Business SA is heading to Port Pirie and Kadina, and we’re keen to talk about what matters most to regional businesses in your patch at our Regional Voice event. We’ll also be sharing our biennial Regional Voice Survey results, and sharing business tips and other helpful information.
Business SA, the Chamber of Commerce Kadina and Business Port Pirie, will be hosting the Regional Voice events in Port Pirie on 25 September and Kadina on 26 September, giving you a chance to learn about the issues affecting Spencer Gulf communities.
While we’re there, Business SA will share the results of the biennial Regional Voice Survey – released at the end of August – focussing on the concerns raised by Lower and Mid North, Port Pirie and Yorke Peninsula participants.
To read more about the report, click here
This is your opportunity to discuss the issues facing businesses within the region with the organisations which engage with all levels of government.
You’ve also told us you’d like to get an update on cyber security and protecting your assets when you’re doing business over the internet, along with training tips and info about how to promote your services and products. Business SA will be running a session on cyber security, which will be conducted by CQR’s client executive manager, Greg Starkey, who is an expert in this field.
Other guests speakers on the night include; Small Business Commissioner
John Chapman, EML
’s Alex Flint and Business SA’s director of media and communications Verity Edwards.
Please join us to share your thoughts, have a drink and nibbles, and discuss your challenges and opportunities from 5.15pm on either night.
To book your spot for the Port Pirie Regional Voice event, click here
To book your place at the Kadina Regional Voice event, click here