Ready for business guide.

Duration: Self paced

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.

Our “Ready for business” start-up guide includes lots of great information, hint and tips, and checklists to help.

Our “Getting started in business” webinar may be helpful too. View a recorded version, or register for the next live webinar.

Risk Management Part 1: Director's Duties.
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Risk Management Part 1: Director's Duties.

Teeyanna Tapim-Savage and Renee Emzin Dispute Resolution, Sydney Dentons

Knowing your duties as a director are essential in running any organisation. If you get it wrong, you could be liable for civil and / or criminal penalties. This 20 minute video looks at Directors' Duties under the Corporations Act (ASIC), the Corporations (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) Act 2006 (CATSI Act) and duties under the Australian Charities and not-For Profits Commission (ACNC).

Experts Angle: "Harness the Power of Purposeful Communication"
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Experts Angle: "Harness the Power of Purposeful Communication"

Catherine Hollyman Founder Behind the Scenes Communications

Communication helps you to maximise your impact and realise your potential. Catherine Hollyman of Behind the Scenes Communications will be sharing her framework for communication and answering your questions in this 45-minute webinar.

Experts angle: The logic and emotion of sustainable development goals.
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Experts angle: The logic and emotion of sustainable development goals.

Ronan Mac Domhnaill Cred Solutions

In developing any business plan it is important to include sustainable development goals. Ronan Mac Domhnaill founder of Cred Solutions will talk about the logic and emotion behind the United Nations sustainable development goals and why you should include them in your business planning.