The NAB National Small Business Summit 2011 will see the launch of a new segment, The FIX IT Forum, where small businesses can highlight issues most important to them.
The Council of Small Business of Australia (COSBOA), government and industry leaders and small business owners will be on hand to field feedback and design solutions to small business management issues.
“It isn’t just about passing on a stack of complaints. It is about being realistic about the issues that impact the greatest on small businesses—and then working with all parties to design solutions,” said Peter Strong, COSBOA’s executive director.
COSBOA has launched a survey to determine the the top 10 small business issues, which will feed the session at the Summit. To participate in the survey and have your voice heard, visit www.thenationalsmallbusinesssummit.com.au/survey.
The Summit program has been designed to be productive and informative, enabling delegates to connect with people who are focused on, and can influence, the future of small business. Politicians, and key speakers from Local, State and Federal Government, will be attending to obtain and impart information to encourage the small business sector.
The NAB National Small Business Summit 2011 will be held over 26–27 July at the Southee Complex, Sydney Showgrounds, Olympic Park. For more information, see www.thenationalsmallbusinesssummit.com.au.