Business SA is pleased to once again introduce its popular conference aimed at providing all the latest information on issues being faced in the workplace.
Business SA will host the Changes and Challenges business conference, proudly supported by Employers Mutual, on Tuesday 8 May at the Adelaide Convention Centre.
The conference includes a tailor made program of practical workshops designed to keep businesses up-to-date with the latest issues facing businesses.
The sessions will cover various topics including: Superannuation, Marketing, OHS, Growing a Business, Workers Compensation, Finance and many more.
A wide range of companies (including Business SA) will also be exhibiting their products and services.
The day will facilitate the exchange of ideas and new information and provide opportunities to experience products and services from exhibitors, while encouraging the growth of a new network of business contacts.
Guest speaker for the day will be Mark Bouris. Mark is one of Australia's most respected businessmen and his latest venture, Yellow Brick Road, is a company he created in order to bring quality financial advice to all Australians. He is the host of both the Celebrity Apprentice Australia and the Apprentice Australia and was the founder of Wizard Home Loans.
Mark will provide an insight into how you can thrive in today’s competitive market and his key strategies for success.
Business SA Chief Executive Officer, Peter Vaughan, said that the conference provides an ideal opportunity for business owners and many employees to further understand key issues in the workplace.
“This is South Australia’s premier business conference providing a comprehensive insight to the latest industry trends and standards in issues including workplace safety, environment and injury management,” Mr Vaughan said.
“Each year we are adding new workshops and topics to the program to keep up with the issues being faced by the business community.
“The conference is a great opportunity for people to access information on key business issues from industry and professional specialists all gathered in one place.
“It is essential that businesses determine the most effective way to implement management practices in the workplace and participants at the conference will be able to learn about these important subjects from industry experts.”
The conference will cover many issues including environment, injury management, legal issues, business finance, recruitment and retention, workplace relations, advertising and marketing, and occupational health and safety.
Enquiries can also be made to Business SA’s Customer Service Team on (08) 8300 0103 or email email@example.com