RDABGLAP in collaboration with Kapunda Business Alliance Group and the Kapunda Community Gallery is holding a workshop facilitated by Maz McGann in turning your Creative Skills into a Business.
Welcoming artists, designers, musicians and makers, this forum will provide insight into developing a new or growing an existing arts-based business. We will cover the basics of setting up a business and the financial requirements and provide information about funding, marketing and how to balance your creative practice with business development.
Representatives from RDA Gawler, Light, Barossa and Adelaide Plains’ Business 2 Business (B2B) program will be on hand and you can discover how to access one of the many experienced consultants who can provide initial support free of charge, to help your realise your business ambitions.
Presenter Gillian Standen-Thomas has a wealth of human resource experience ,having worked in this area for State Government and the private corporate sector.
Is your HR function shared with another/other functions? Do you know if all of your people processes and documents are in order? Are you paying your staff correctly? Do you know the difference between an employee or a contractor?
These and other questions Gillian will provide guidance to in her presentation for business owners at our breakfast.
Using the Employee Lifecycle, Gillian will uncover the elements of each stage and what you need to know when considering how well you are managing people risks as an employer.
To avoid disappointment , please book your ticket asap, due to Covid19 restrictions, we can only accept 80 attendees. This event is free, and if you need to buy your own breakfast , Café Nova will be open for purchases. This event has been brought to you by RDABGLAP and Gawler Business Development Group.
The Barossa is not just any wine region – it’s a place of legendary characters that dominate the Australian wine industry. Its stories are of the larrikins and mavericks that forged the region through change.
This event is a celebration of things to come. Food from the Barossa has always punched above its weight. From the 1840s that meant preserving and adapting hundreds of years of unbroken European culture; by the 1980s the region was home to Australia’s best restaurant and it has never looked back, today boasting several internationally recognised eateries.
A new generation is now keen to take the baton for the Barossa as home of Australia’s best food and wine. In this Tasting Australia event five chefs will represent the future of Barossa food, collaborating to serve up a five-course lunch featuring entirely local produce.
The wines from 10 participating winemakers will be authentically Barossan, telling the stories of influential ‘Masters’ yet infused with the energy that contemporary ideas bring to the table. Take a sneak peek – and taste – of the future in the home of Australia’s most celebrated collection of regional fine wine: The Barossa Cellar.991 Stockwell Road
RDABGLAP is holding a workshop facilitated by Maz McGann in helping Eden Valley identify, plan and implement sustainable vibrancy. Our towns are the heartbeat of our communities and their businesses critical for jobs and services.
Come join us and share your ideas in creating a strong vibrant community town.
Learn from Brett Moffett, an IT Solutions Architect, on how to protect your business and yourself from the threats that present themselves every day. Today, there are hundreds, if not thousands, of cybersecurity strategies that apply to all sorts of businesses and people.
Knowing which strategies apply to your business and your employees and where to start can be overwhelming.
In this session, we will look at simple strategies that businesses can use to improve their digital security.
To avoid disappointment , please book your ticket asap, due to Covid19 restrictions, we can only accept 50 attendees. This event is free and has been brought to you by RDABGLAP .