What makes a good grant application?
Checking your eligibility
How to plan ahead
Gathering supporting documents
Writing your application to meet the objectives of the grant
Writing a scope of works
This workshop is brought to you by Business Station and AusIndustry under the ASBAS Digital Solutions Program.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Sarah Davis is an award-winning marketing professional with a friendly and approachable nature. Having worked in marketing for over 25 years, 13 of those years in shopping centres, she has extensive knowledge of the retail industry. Sarah likes to think outside of the box, developing creative and successful initiatives that give a good return on investment. Retail is becoming an exceptionally tough gig, but Sarah comes with a wealth of knowledge and experience and is dedicated to helping businesses develop and move forward.
Holding several senior strategic and management positions in marketing, Sarah has been a regular speaker for the Property Council of Australia, offering advice and guidance to peers. She has worked with well-known ASX50 listed brands and today brings her thinking and discipline to businesses just like yours, making it easy, understandable, and affordable.
With her innate insight and intuition, keen understanding of human nature, and practical marketing and communications skills, Sarah can help you see what to focus on to ensure your company grows. She can help you implement necessary changes to your marketing and provide coaching to keep you on track for success.
With experience in all areas of marketing from branding and strategy, web design and social media to content creation, advertising and SEO, Sarah can assist with just the services your business requires.
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About Digital Solutions – Australian Small Business Advisory Services
Digital Solutions is one of the most generously supported digital transformation programs for small business by the Commonwealth Government. This iteration of the program has been run by Business Station in QLD, WA and NT for three years and has had a significant positive impact on the small business community.
This event will give you the chance to learn about the details of the program, what’s on offer and who can access the free or highly subsidised support, training and resources! Perhaps you will find them beneficial for yourselves, your network or your clients.
To better understand what’s on offer, we will encourage each attendee to register themselves to the program before the event, or otherwise by attending this workshop, you will be registered.
Important – Participating businesses must be aware that this information will be provided to the Commonwealth Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources for program evaluation and reporting purposes; and businesses may be approached by a representative from the Department to complete a survey on the services provided.