Kate Carnell, the head of the Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman (ASBFEO), spoke at the Novmber Women’s Lunch. As promised, you can download the slides for Kate’s presentation.
On 22 November, Kate Carnell announced at our Women’s Luncheon that the Federal Government has moved to introduce 15 day payment terms for small business
Thanks so much to all of the wonderful women who made yesterday such a success, we had an amazing day and really enjoyed getting to talk to you all.
Yesterday, we were lucky enough to have the head of the Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman (ASBFEO), not to mention incredibly experienced business woman, Kate Carnell in to share a few words of wisdom.
This is a great overview of how the program works and how it can benefit you.
Debbie Steer: 2017 Best Regional Business Enterprise Centres Australia (BECA) Advisor award winner and champion for small businesses Debbie Steer has taken home the 2017 Best Regional BEC Advisor Award for her outstanding assistance and commitment to local businesses, helping them break into the commercial market in Tasmania. Debbie currently works as a Business Advisor Read More