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Small businesses encouraged to participate in program

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Digital Solutions is an initiative of the Commonwealth Government of Australia and offers personalised business advice from a wide range of experts.

Small businesses throughout the Bundaberg Region have the opportunity to connect with expert advisers on everything from social media to business plans and financial management through a new program.

Digital Solutions is an initiative of the Commonwealth Government of Australia and offers personalised business advice from a wide range of experts.

The program pairs participants with a dedicated digital advisor and support team to help progress through up to three hours of one-to-one advice and four hours of world-class workshops and online webinars.

Jarryd Townson, Digital Solutions Advisor Wide Bay Burnett said the initiative was open to small businesses that were for profit, had an ABN and less than 20 employees.

“The Digital Solutions Program features a seven hour mentoring package which is about increasing the digital capabilities of small businesses across the region, however each workshop is specific to a topic,” he said.

“There is anything from building a website to using social media, help with specific programs, selling online, SEO, lead generation and everything in between.”

Jarryd said the program was heavily funded by the Federal Government and, for $44, it provided every business with a customised mentoring package tailored to them.

“I have not yet found a business that cannot benefit from the program,” he said.

“Every business needs support and this opportunity allows you to focus on what digital support you need to move your business forward.”

To find out more or to sign up click here or call 1300 427 227.

To be eligible for the Digital Solutions program you must be running your business to make a profit, have fewer than 20 full-time employees and be based in Queensland, Western Australia or the Northern Territory.

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