CO.STARTERS ‘PLAN AND TEST THE FEASIBILITY OF NEW PRODUCTS/SERVICES IN YOUR CURRENT BUSINESS’
April 11 @ 6:00 pm - June 20 @ 9:00 pm| $990.00
WHEN AND WHERE
Our popular Thursday night group for people currently in business commences again in April 2019! Alphacrucis College Woolloongabba Campus has good parking and is close to the centre of Brisbane.
Complete the ENROLMENT FORM. This will provide us with details about you and what you hope to achieve. We will call you to discuss and answer your questions. A deposit of $50 plus $5 GST is required to secure your enrolment. Bank transfer, Paypal and card payments HERE.
Commences April 2019 and concludes with a celebration in June. Participants are normally interested in starting a business, or have started but feel they need to focus on marketing, financials or other aspects of their early stage business. Suitable for any industry. Extensive mentoring assistance and support is provided during and post program. Small groups so plenty of sharing and support.
Nine Thursday evenings 6-9pm. Not during Easter.
One on one (or small group mentoring) provided. Mentoring sessions are arranged with you to suit your availability.
Cost includes all resources, excellent facilitators, mentors and advisors plus the final celebration evening and pitch night.
HOW TO ENROL
Click here and complete the whole online enrolment form. We contact you to discuss your specific needs. A deposit of $50 plus $5 GST is required to secure your enrolment. Bank transfer, Paypal and card payments HERE.
$990(GST included). $55 deposit is required to secure your place. Payment plans available HERE. We supply TAX Invoices for all.
WHAT EARLIER PARTICIPANTS HAD TO SAY
Rob and Melissa have commenced their social enterprise and will speak at founder and director of Outland Jeans James Bartle Co.STARTERS for CAUSES breakfast on May 2nd! https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/breakfast-with-james-bartle-outland-denim-tickets-59209264504
“A favourite of Meghan Markle, Outland Denim has gained a name for being the most ethical jean brand in the business. As a notoriously bad product for the environment, Outland’s not-so-bad denim is made from sustainably sourced cotton and ensures it helps empower the women who make their jeans. Made by Cambodian women who have been victims of sex trafficking, Outland’s vision starts with the very first hire — and ends with a damn good pair of jeans.” – Marie Claire
The breakfast is brought to you by Business Blessings. Wes Leake from Business Blessings and CO.STARTERS Brisbane is the lead facilitator of the April-June causes group.
Co.Starters October – December 2017 Group at the final night celebration