Drawing on the Australian Services Roundtable’s 15 years of experience in enabling Australian service firms to grow nationally and internationally, the brightest stars in Australia’s SME sector are joining together to uniquely self-mentor one another in innovation, internationalisation, digitisation and growth.
Inaugural Roundtable held in September 2016
Also making it easy to explain the intangible benefits of the services sector through the services sector through case studies and stories.ding relationships with government.
Read more here.
Invitation for October 2016 Roundtable
This month’s session will focus on practical steps for marketing a new service.
ASR SME Peer Mentor Peter Strohkorb will lead the discussion for consultants and business owners on the issues to consider when launching a new service to the market.
He will take the group through his step by step process before inviting a couple of attendees to share their new offerings and provide valuable tips and advice.
Peter has over 15 years business experience in both Sales and Marketing Executive roles with a range of well-known international brands.
Date: Wednesday 12th October 2016
Time: 7.30am for light breakfast with 8.00am start to 9.30am
Venue: Sydney Stock Exchange, Level 41, 259 George St, Sydney
Cost: Complimentary for ASR members, $150 plus GST to join the SME Mentoring Program (includes ASR membership).
To join the Mentoring Program and register for this event click below:
Remember to bring plenty of business cards and come prepared to introduce yourself, your services business, and if you have a new offering you would like discussed as part of the group mentoring with Peter.
Thanks to our venue partner, the Sydney Stock Exchange (SSX).
About Australian Services Roundtable
As the voice of professional services, Australian Services Roundtable aims to secure Australia’s place in the global economy. In addition to advocating free trade and bilateral agreements, ASR seeks to facilitate international services trade and investment channels.
Members include professional service industries, SMEs, and micro-multinationals across the financial sector, education, health and the environment, tourism, culture, technology and business services.