- Free masterclass explores how to be the Chief of Everything in business (which hats to wear and when), with three 1.5-hour sessions over three weeks, with options to start on either Tuesday 8 or Wednesday 9 September
Manager of the Charles Sturt Innovation Hubs Ms Annette Davies (pictured) said, “The masterclass is intended for business owners and founders who are looking to learn the ‘how’ of having to perform all the functions needed within a business - marketing, accounting, recruitment, people management and everything that goes with daily operations.
“The masterclass will look at which functions should be prioritised at different times within the life of the business.”
The ‘How to be the Chief of Everything’ masterclass will be facilitated by Charles Sturt Innovation Hubs’ resident start-up expert, Mr Ben Grozier, who co-founded the successful app ClassCover, which connects schools with relief teachers and has been used for more than 500,000 bookings in the past 12 months. Mr Grozier will share his experience with masterclass participants.
This masterclass will consist of three 1.5-hour sessions over three weeks, is free (valued at $1,000 but subsidised by the federal government) and has various start-day options to fit in with founders’ busy schedules.
This Masterclass is supported by the Australian Government Department of Industry, Innovation and Science through Incubator Support initiative funding as part of the Entrepreneurs’ Program.
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