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ANZ offer free small business workshops

ANZ has today announced it’s latest round of free small business workshops in every capital city, in order to help business owners manage and grow their business during the economic downturn.

The workshops follow on from ANZ’s $8 billion commitment to small business lending.

Industry experts will be on hand to answer any questions posed by the small business community, with the workshops featuring experts from Google™, Marketing Angels®, businessplans.com.au and C.A.D Partners, along with ANZ specialists.

Topics will include: online and email marketing, improving brand awareness, generating and nurturing leads, developing effective business plans and targeted cash flow solutions.

ANZ Group Managing Director Commercial, David Hisco said they are committed to helping small businesses survive the financial crisis and provide them with much needed support and advice.

“Given current economic conditions, effective cash flow management techniques are crucial for small business owners, yet it is equally important for businesses to continue to market themselves to ensure they keep attracting new customers for the future.”

While he said the majority of small businesses are well-managed, he believes there is still more that ANZ can do to “help our customers not only manage, but grow during the current economic downturn.”

The workshops commence in Queensland in May with sessions taking place nationwide in every major capital city until November, including Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart and Canberra.

For more information, or to register for ANZ’s Small Business Workshops visit www.thesbhub.com.au.

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Jessica has a background in both marketing and journalism and is dedicated to making the website the leading online resource for small to medium businesses with ambitions to grow.

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