How to Future-Proof Your Business Post-COVID
8 October 2020 at 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Discover what the future of business will look like. Hear from one of Australia’s leading strategic forecasters, Steve Tighe.
Steve Tighe is a leading business strategist, author and speaker on the future, strategy and innovation. He will show you the scenarios that you can expect in a post-COVID world and how you can use these to your business advantage.
– How the business environment will be different post-COVID
– Implications of these changing scenarios and how you can adapt
– The opportunities that are now available to your business.
This isn’t just an informative session, but also includes an interactive activity to get your business planning on a roll.
Entrepreneurship Facilitator, Natalie Brookes will lead a scenario planning session that you can tailor for your business.
You will leave this webinar with a toolkit of strategic knowledge as well as a roadmap for your business to activate.
Thus 60-minute power session will help you seize opportunities in business. Now is the time to future-proof and plan for success!
Can I ask questions during the webinar? YES!
I can’t attend live, am I able to watch the replay? YES! Register and once the webinar is over you will receive your on-demand recording.
Steve Tighe, Business Strategist and Director, Chasing Sunrises
Steve Tighe is a futurist, strategist and author of Rethinking Strategy. Steve collaborates with clients to design new and distinct strategies that position your business for the future. Steve is the former National Foresight Manager at Foster’s Brewery, and has worked with some of Australia’s leading companies, looking at the future of their industry and the strategic and innovation options for their business. His extensive list of clients includes Holden, Kraft, ClubsNSW, State Library of Victoria, AFL Victoria, Dairy Farmers Milk Co-Operative, Netball Australia, and Knox City Council. Steve has a Masters in Strategic Foresight from Swinburne University, and has completed the Oxford Scenarios Programme at Oxford University.
Natalie Brookes, Entrepreneurship Facilitator, Business Australia
Natalie is the Entrepreneurship Facilitator appointed to service the Richmond – Tweed (Ballina) region – an initiative of the Australian Government. Natalie comes with a wealth of experience in start-ups having established two of her own and understands the freedom and joy that self-employment and business ownership brings, along with the constant challenges it presents. Natalie is a qualified accountant, experienced senior business consultant and analyst. Natalie also holds additional post-graduate qualifications and comes with a range of industry experience.
ABOUT ENTREPRENEURSHIP FACILITATOR SERVICE
Entrepreneurship Facilitators provide free and practical assistance to support and encourage individuals to start a business as a way to create their own job. Ready to get your business idea off the ground?
ABOUT BUSINESS AUSTRALIA
In the business of helping business. For more than 190 years, Business Australia has stood by business owners – untying legal knots, boosting efficiency, advocating for better conditions and helping them grow. Formerly known as the NSW Business Chamber, today Business Australia operates across the country. From major cities to country centres. From the smallest start-up to the largest corporation. Together with advocacy arm, Business NSW, members are also part of a powerful network that stands up to government when business interests are overlooked. It’s free to join as a member.
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