Final Biztro Sessions
Creative enterprises of any size can register for the ‘Biztro’ – a free 1-hour business consultation with an experienced Business Adviser.
Start-ups, sole traders and small and medium creative industry businesses – operating in music and performing arts; film, television and radio; advertising and marketing; software development and interactive content; writing, publishing and print media; architecture, design and visual arts – have the chance to consult with expert Business Advisers on all aspects of their business during an intensive 60-minute Biztro session.
Topics covered include starting a business, strategic planning, finances, marketing, online/digital activities and intellectual property.
With the upcoming closure of the Creative Industries Innovation Centre and the transition of business services to the Entrepreneurs’ Infrastructure Programme, the Biztro program will conclude at the end of 2014.
The final, free one-hour Biztro sessions will be held in the following locations:
Melbourne – 28 November (Booked out)
Adelaide – 28 November (1 session left!)
Brisbane – 28 November (Booked out)
Sydney – 28 November (Booked out), 12 December (1 session left!)
Hobart (Arts Tasmania & Startup Tasmania Inc) – 28 November (Booked out)
Hobart (Arts Tasmania) – 1 December (Booked out)
Hobart (Screen Tasmania) – 2 December (Booked out)
Launceston – 4 December (Booked out)
Sessions are filling up fast. Book now!
> Registration closes at 12NOON the day prior to the Biztro session date.
The Creative Industries Innovation Centre’s Biztro consultation is a form of Business Evaluation as delivered by the Australian Government. Business Evaluations are undertaken by Business Advisers employed either by a partner organisation or by the Commonwealth. Using the information you have supplied, the purpose of the Business Evaluation is to provide an assessment of your company and identify areas of improvement. The Commonwealth, partner organisation (including UTS) and Business Advisers do not accept any liability for your reliance on this information or any actions taken independently by your company in addressing the issue or implementing recommendations provided by the Business Adviser. You should rely on your own research and assessment of your company’s needs.