Starting a business.

1.00pm, Tuesday 03rd March

Starting a business.

Speaker: Rob Lockhart, Presenter-Westpac's Davidson Institute

Duration: 30 minutes

The prospect of starting your own business can be thrilling but daunting at the same time.  Whether it’s a desire to be your own boss, or turning a passion into a job, there are many things to consider if you are thinking about starting a business. This webinar will help to focus your thinking and provide valuable sources of information to help you get started.

This webinar is ideal for anyone who:

  • Has recently started their own business, or
  • Is looking to start one in the future. 

Following the 20-25 minute presentation, you also get the opportunity to ask your questions of our experienced Financial Educators. You will also have access to the handouts which will include a summary of the content and a transcript of the presentation.

If you are not able to attend the live webinar on this date you can view a recorded version here.

This webinar is a great starting point.   Why not continue your financial education journey with our ‘Business planning’, and ‘Managing cash flow’ webinars?

You can also download the Ready for Business Guide for more information on starting a business.

Add to Calendar 3/3/2020 1:00:00 PM 3/3/2020 1:00:00 PM Australia/Melbourne Starting a business. Starting a business is one of the most exciting and rewarding things you can do. But it can also be challenging without the right planning. Ever wondered what you can do to help ensure your business is a success? Our free ‘Starting a business’ webinar reveals three essential steps you need to take to start a business on the right foot. Westpac Webinar http://www.davidsoninstitute.edu.au/business/starting-your-business/getting-started-in-business/ Westpac's Davidson Institute false MM/DD/YYYY
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