ABN seeks support for online training program

ABN seeks support for online training program
The Australian Businesswomen’s Network (ABN) is in the process of completing a proposal to the Government for a new national training program to help women get their business online and they need your help.
According to ABN community director Suzi Dafnis, the Doing Business Online Training Program will help women create a successful online presence and teach them how to improve the results of their website, along with how to effectively use social media for business purposes.
However in order to get support for the program, the ABN needs to prove that there is a need for such a training program.
“We need to show evidence that (what we suspect) there IS a need for a training program that gives women in business skills and education to build successful online businesses and to extend their existing businesses online,” Dafnis wrote on the ABN HerBusiness blog.
So, she has developed a short survey for business women to complete in order to highlight the need for such a program. The answers will make up part of the ABN application to demonstrate the need for the program with real-life comments and views from Australian women in business.
For more information, or to complete the survey, please visit the HerBusiness blog.

The Australian Businesswomen’s Network (ABN) is in the process of completing a proposal to the Government for a new national training program to help women get their business online and they need your help.

According to ABN community director Suzi Dafnis, the Doing Business Online Training Program will help women create a successful online presence and teach them how to improve the results of their website.

In order to get support for the program, the ABN needs to prove that there is a need for such a training program.

“We need to show evidence that (what we suspect) there IS a need for a training program that gives women in business skills and education to build successful online businesses and to extend their existing businesses online,” Dafnis wrote on the official ABN herBusiness blog.

In order to do this, the ABN is calling on business women to fill out a short online survey regarding their business and website. The answers will make up part of the ABN application to demonstrate the need for the program with real-life comments and views from Australian women in business.

For more information, or to complete the survey, please visit the herBusiness blog.

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