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  • 28 Jun 2022 1:26 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    As a purpose driven network that exists to empower and celebrate women to achieve in business, it is my absolute pleasure to conclude my first year in the role of President of this extraordinary network that has been the support infrastructure for predominantly business women of the Sunshine Coast, but I would also say has continually taken a leadership position amongst all.

    Stepping into the very large shoes of Roz White last year was never going to feel anything other than daunting, but the smooth considered succession planning that Roz implemented resulted in the remaining committee maintain their positions and I took onboard Roz's wise words of "just make it your own Minnie." There is only one Roz White and there is only one Min Swan and so my challenge was to continue the formidable and solid foundation set by Roz and Michelle Hamer and yet inject my own energy and style to the role and ensure all of those around me - from executive committee to each and every member - felt incredibly comfortable and encouraged to do the same.

    For day one it has been my intent to create a space for anyone who shares our purpose to find SCBWN as a welcoming and inclusive community that embraces diversity, differing personalities, wide ranging viewpoints, varying stages of life, qualifications and career plans whilst continually being the safety net that you need to be the very best version of yourself that you can possibly be. Our 2019 Outstanding Business Woman of the Year calls SCBWN her 'putty that fixes her leaky bucket' and this is an analogy that I believe will live long within the network as it is the truth for so many of us.

    While the past twelve months have come and gone in what feels like a flash, much has been achieved and it is my absolute honour to represent the committee of 11 that volunteer their time to deliver for our members and the community at large. We are also supported by an outstanding team with Amanda Nathaniel, Membership Development Coordinator and Annika Lee-Jones, our Event and Marketing Coordinator. Together we are invested in making a difference and whilst each of us approach that differently, that is what make sus so unique - there just simply has to be one of us that you can relate to and find your 'person'.

    I would like to take this moment to bring to your attention some of what has been achieved over the past twelve months:

    • We have continued to show our ability to adapt and change to an ever evolving and sometimes erratic environment. We commenced our year with a defined strategy and event plan, only to have COVID raise its ugly head again in January/February and school commencement date get pushed back. We understood the impact of that to our members and were able to start the year with an online February event before meeting for the first-time face to face at International Women's Day in March. We continue to find ways to work together and support our members.
    • Membership in March 2022 was 347, but we are more than numbers. The strength and engagement of our members is what is more important to us and something we are incredibly proud of. We have Members Only Facebook Group where 318 members go to interact, engage, promote and provide advice to each other - that is almost unheard of.
    • The demographics of our membership has also changed over the years and where we were once far stronger in our solopreneur members, now we are also strong in Corporate and Professional members also. This represents its own challenges as each member has a differing need from SCBWN and so we have adapted with new and different offerings, introducing our smaller coffee mornings hosted by a different committee member each time. Our aim is to keep those small and tight knit but they are already organically growing!
    • Our events now sell out month after month, growing over the years from 50-60 people arriving to easily 100-150 each event only being limited by venue size. This demonstrates the value attendees are obtaining from our event format.
    • We spent a great deal of our focus on the past year revisiting the purpose we play to our members first and foremost. We created a model base and developed a robust Professional Growth Program that saw us start our delivery of Strengths workshops. May and July with future depending on demand. This was the element that we identified as being the beacon of our success for 2022, helping our members know themselves better.
    • Our Community Program delivered our traditional 4 bursaries and thanks to Karen Neuendorf we are able to announce an additional bursary will be presented in December 2022. Our raffle sales raised $5960 and we have some exciting announcements about a new community program post AGM.
    • Delivering positive financial results is a goal of ours as we aim to benchmark best practice business practices as you will see from our Treasurers report. We also took a position this year that we wanted to make an investment into our members and subsidising the Strengths Workshop was an example of that. It was our intent to make big end of town tools available to all.
    • Under the guidance of our Secretary we streamlined our reporting to increase collaboration and adopt new technologies, yet maintaining the same high level of governance and process that was set for us.
    • 2021 Awards process and yet another year of outstanding finalists and award recipients', finalists for this year will be announced shortly. We have had a record number of entries this year.
    • We attracted new sponsorship and retained 100% of our existing sponsorship demonstrating that our sponsors love aligning with our brand and values and our membership. We look for practical, mutually beneficial benefits that suit all parties as evidenced by 5% corporate discount via Westfund Health Insurance - a direct financial benefit to our members and the promotion of Pathways to USC vis short courses and relationship.
    • We enjoy the over 10000 Facebook followers, 1500 Instagram followers and over the past year have seen a significant increase in engagement on LinkedIn, just under the 1000 mark.
    • Positive media coverage across print, online, TV and radio for our high profile events, awards, award winners and our involvement in the business community.

    From my perspective it is that we continue to go from strength to strength. A united and committed volunteer committee with a common purpose in mind, combined with a wider network of dedicated, engaged and incredible membership base that allows us to each be the 'putty' needed to face the large, ambitious and ever-changing lives we have designed for ourselves, or can see in our vision and need just the step up and support SCBWN provides to make it a reality.

    Thank you for your trusting us with your time, money and sometimes your heart. Nobody ever said that the roadless travelled had to be done solo.

  • 26 Jun 2022 3:26 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Over the years as an employee in a diverse range of professions and an even more diverse group of employers, what has become evident to me is the difference in not only how well staff are valued but also in how that’s communicated to them.

    You may think that financial rewards are all staff want, and while that is a driving force for us all, that’s not only what staff need.

    Some of the Don'ts

    I once worked at a firm where the staff were treated to a host of ‘extras’, yet many staff often felt undervalued and unappreciated. In the mind of the owner, large sums were being spent on trying to keep the staff happy, but the sad fact was the owner still saw high staff dissatisfaction and was honestly confused by what he perceived as the lack of appreciation for what he expended on their behalf.

    The reality was that while staff appreciated the ‘extras’, many felt that they weren’t recognised in more basic ways. If a staff member wanted to leave early for an appointment or take a day off without accessing leave, the owner was harshly resistant – despite many hours in excess of their contracted hours being performed on a weekly basis. Other staff felt that they were invisible, spoken to only when something was needed but not recognised for their efforts on an individual basis. Still others felt underpaid, seeing what they perceived as earnt wages being spent on the extras but never in their pocket. The mistake wasn’t in offering lunches out or social events, it was in assuming that these extras met the needs of his employees.

    Workplaces seeing see high turnover of staff is often due to the berating and belittling of staff on a regular basis. Talented staff are often lost because they feel unappreciated or untrusted.

    Additionally, the tendency to give with one hand and take with the other can also lead to your staff seeking greener pastures. Don’t offer your staff a lunch out and then expect them to make up the time, or organise your required work functions on weekends when staff want to be with their families.

    Don’t assume that the way it’s always been done is the best way. Multiple studies in recent years have shown that productivity, efficiency, and well-being of workers can be increased by implementing a reduction in working hours. Don’t resist change when the potential for benefit is within your grasp.

    Some of the do’s

    The first way to show appreciation for your staff is always the most obvious – pay them what they’re worth. Nothing is more guaranteed to cause your driven, hardworking, and loyal staff to leave than under paying them. Be aware of what other firms are offering and be prepared to be competitive.

    Set up a culture of flexibility. It can be more difficult to manage but can reap great rewards with staff not turning themselves inside out to satisfy the needs of their health or family.

    Pay attention to the hours your staff work. If you have staff that frequently come in early, cut short breaks or stay late, then allow them the dignity of being able to go to health appointments, leave to care for their children and restructure their hours if required and possible.

    Consider what other ‘extras’ your staff actually want. Don’t assume – ask them. If they want social interaction – try and facilitate that. If they want lunches or gifts, or more morning teas or RDO’s – then do what you can to try and make that work. It doesn’t have to be expensive to be meaningful.

    Ensure your staff feel appreciated as individuals. Tell them when they’re doing well, applaud their efforts, celebrate their successes. Be constructive and measured with your criticism.

    Most importantly – get to know who your staff are on a one-on-one basis. Take the time to chat. Ask them how they’re feeling. Let them lead the conversations, learn about their lives and then, simply, care. Care about their individual needs, goals and challenges and do the best you can to help each and every one to achieve their goals and overcome their challenges.

    And that’s the point, we need to appreciate our staff, not just for the work they do, but for who they are.

    • Appreciate the willingness of staff who sacrifice personal time to meet a deadline.
    • Appreciate the difficulty involved for a staff member who has health issues to work a full day.
    • Appreciate the burden of remaining positive for a staff member who is experiencing loss or grief.
    • Appreciate the staff member who’s managing more than their fair share to be a good team player.
    • Appreciate the effort involved for parents of small children to manage the dual burdens of parenthood and work.

    You can implement a host of changes and make an enormous effort to support your staff, and sadly there will always be those who remain dissatisfied, who want more than you can give and who won’t appreciate your efforts. But past those few, you’ll find that most staff will be more loyal and willing to go the extra mile, and a happier, more relaxed, workplace.

    It’s up to owners and managers to create the culture they want in their office and to show their staff that the grass really can be greenest where they currently are.

    Written by Caroline Fougere - Garland Waddington Solicitors, Sunshine Coast

  • 6 May 2021 3:46 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    After 3-and-a-half years as the fearsome and ambitious President of the Sunshine Coast Business Women’s Network, Roz White has decided to step down from her role at their upcoming 2021 AGM to let ‘new ideas flourish’.

    Roz White, Co-owner of White’s Grocers and visionary businesswoman, has been the SCBWN President since 2018 and has paved the way forward for others with some incredible movements for women in business. Under Roz White’s presidency, the Sunshine Coast Business Women’s Network has:

    • Developed and delivered a first of its kind accelerated MBA program in partnership with the University of the Sunshine Coast for businesswomen looking to formalise their lived experience qualifications.
    • Upgraded SCBWN technological assets and an online platform to facilitate the awards program.
    • Delivered a series of educational and inspirational sessions and workshops both online and face-to-face to empower women in business to succeed.
    • Showcased Sunshine Coast businesswomen culminating in a celebration of 21 years of awards and success.
    • Rebuilt and developed the SCBWN organisational structure and governance platforms.
    • Created an advocacy focus to provide a strong voice for women.
    • Improved the financial viability of the SCBWN to ensure its longevity to empower and celebrate women to achieve.

    As a passionate advocate for workplace gender parity, Mrs White explains that much has been gained on this front but there is still work to be done.

    “Corporate Australia has a focus to end workplace gender disproportion, so while there is still work to be done, the SCBWN stands firm to support women in business and provide a platform of encouragement to others.”
    Mrs White says it has been a pleasure to serve as president for the past 3 ½ years and lead the network to uplift, encourage, mentor, inform, inspire and applaud women in business.

    “My experience working with like-minded, purpose driven women and men who support each other has been an honour and privilege. It is also time for my tenure as president to come to a close, to step aside and allow new ideas to flourish.

    “I have been provided with the ultimate backing and unwavering support from my executive management committee over the past 3 1/2 years. This group of competent, savvy, professional and experienced business women are purpose driven, true to their values and committed to making a difference. I value their friendship, and respect the camaraderie we share,” Mrs White said.

    Mrs White says the upcoming AGM in June provides a new opportunity for SCBWN members to advance and uplift the business community, and although she is stepping down from her role she will continue to be involved as a member and immediate past president.

    “Members are invited to consider taking an active role by nominating to join the management committee. The network has developed a firm focus and is in a very strong position to influence the professional and fiscal development of Sunshine Coast businesses.

    “Continuity is as important as creating a fresh perspective and so I look forward to providing my support to the new executive management committee as they take the banner forward into a new era,” Mrs White said.

    As she prepares to release her role, Mrs White thanks all of the network’s members, volunteers, and sponsors for their enduring support.

    “Your influence and investment to support women in business is to be applauded and is certainly appreciated. I look forward to seeing you all again soon,” Mrs White said.

  • 14 Apr 2021 2:08 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    With the 2021 Sunshine Coast Business Women’s Network Awards Program now underway, SCBWN President Roz White acknowledges the 21 years of the awards history, and encourages the business community to nominate and celebrate outstanding business women they know.  

    “The Awards form a large part in delivering on the Sunshine Coast Business Women’s Network’s purpose to empower and celebrate women to achieve in business. Through these awards we recognise and celebrate those excelling, trailblazing, and making a difference in our community and across the globe, and we encourage others to step into their potential,” explained Roz White. 

    The Sunshine Coast Business Women's Network Awards program is noted for its professionalism and recognised as one of the most respected Award events on the Sunshine Coast. Many of the past winners have gone on to become finalists of, and even as far as to win the State and National Telstra Business Awards.

    The Award Categories for 2021 are:

    ●      Outstanding Business Woman of the Year

    ●      Corporate Business Woman of the Year

    ●      Professional Business Woman of the Year

    ●      Young Business Woman of the Year

    ●      Micro/Small Business Woman of the Year

    ●      Sustainable Business Woman of the Year

    Roz White also excitedly shared that the 2021 Awards Judging Chair is Michelle Hamer who has long been a great supporter of the SCBWN with her involvement in the Network starting in 1998. Under the presidency of Celena Ross, the very first Sunshine Coast Business Women’s Awards were created and managed by Michelle in the role of Judging Chair. 

    In March 2000, Michelle became SCBWN President until February 2003, then took on the role as the Awards Judging Chair from 2003 to 2012. In June 2018, Michelle re-joined the SCBWN executive management committee as Secretary, continuing her stalwart support to the Network.  Effective 31st March 2021, Michelle resigned as Secretary of the Network but has returned to the role of Judging Chair to see the 21st SCBWN Awards identify, interview and present the next round of outstanding Sunshine Coast businesswomen. 

    “Michelle has made an outstanding contribution to empower and celebrate women in business and will continue to do so in her role as Awards Judging Chair.  We are thrilled Michelle has been appointed to guide the awards process and maintain the integrity, credibility and prestige of these awards for all past, current and future award recipients,” shared Roz White.  

    “On a personal note, I am deeply grateful for the friendship and support Michelle has afforded me through my term as President.  I value her expertise and knowledge and respect and admire the contribution she has made in so many ways over so many years to empower and celebrate women in business to succeed. Congratulations and well done, Michelle,” added Roz White. 

    Michelle Hamer will be available to answer any questions the award nominees may have regarding the submission and interview process and will assist all nominees and finalists throughout this exciting and rewarding process. She is contactable via email: judge@scbwn.org.au

    Nominations are now open for the 21st SCBWN Awards via https://www.scbwn.org.au/2021-awards-open with the closing date being Friday 23rd April 2021. From then, nomination notifications and submission details will be provided to all nominees. The gala presentation night is set for August 2021 with more details to follow.

  • 3 Nov 2020 5:53 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Following the weekend’s election results, the Sunshine Coast Business Women’s Network are keen to see the elected leaders focus on getting our region back on track to boost our economy and support our local businesses. 

    With the election done and dusted the Sunshine Coast Business Women’s Network congratulates the newly elected State Members and Premier Anastacia Palaszczuk, and are keen to collaborate with all levels of government and community to get down to business and focus on the delivery of good policy to drive industry on the Sunshine Coast. 

    SCBWN president Roz White recognises that assurance measures to staying safe is important to Queenslanders, but she encourages a focus towards business to move us forward. 

    “It is clear, Premier Palaszczuk built that safety assurance with Queensland voters through her strong stance to keep the borders closed; now it is time to build business confidence by opening up markets, supporting Queensland manufacturing, creating local jobs and adopting policy settings supportive of local enterprise,” shared Roz White. 

    The SCBWN is seeing great results among some of their members with the uplift in people eager to relocate and visit the Sunshine Coast driving property markets and bolstering segments of the local economy. However, other components of this market remain annihilated with international travel in complete shutdown.  

    “The current ‘rocks and diamonds’ economy has triggered new economic settings. It is critical elected leaders understand and navigate through the issues to implement effective measures which support and solve the arising challenges,” added Roz White. 

    Recognised as the peak body representing professional and businesswomen in the region, the Sunshine Coast Business Women’s Network is driven by their purpose to empower and celebrate women to achieve in business. Collaborating with industry groups, the Sunshine Coast Chamber Alliance, and various levels of government, the SCBWN is dedicated to advancing opportunity for our region. 

  • 27 Oct 2020 3:12 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Westfund Health Insurance are proudly supporting the Sunshine Coast Business Women’s Network through a sponsorship commitment and value added benefits for the network’s members.

     

    Joining a host of prominent Sunshine Coast businesses, Westfund Health Insurance is the newest silver sponsor of the Sunshine Coast Business Women’s Network with values that align with the network’s purpose and a great passion for supporting this region.

     

    SCBWN President Roz White was thrilled to welcome Westfund to the Network explaining that it was their community focus and strong values that attracted the committee to partner with this insurer.

     

    “We love that Westfund Health Insurance is ‘from the community; for the community’ and are a wholly Australian-owned and operated not-for-profit health fund with values that align beautifully with our network’s core purpose. We believe partnering with Westfund will bring great benefit to our members and we look forward to growing this positive relationship with Westfund,” explained Roz White.

     

    The fastest growing fund year-on-year for the last two years, Westfund is committed to supporting their members in the moments that matter most through their Canstar-award winning policies. They’re a fund run for people, not profits. 

     

    Janine Curran, part of Westfund’s National Sales Team, is based at the Maroochydore Care Centre and is a passionate member of the Sunshine Coast community, very proud to call the area home. 

     

    Janine is excited to be a part of the Sunshine Coast Business Women’s Network and looks forward to collaborating with others to provide flexible solutions for employee benefits in the health and wellbeing space.

     

    “We have a caring and can-do attitude, we always look for ways to make our members feel more appreciated and we love the simple fact of being part of the community,” she said.

     

    Whether it’s working with local organisations like the Maroochy Men’s Shed through the Westfund Community Grants Program or engaging in corporate partnerships with Sunshine Coast Council, Sunshine Coast Falcons, BHP and Catholic Education to name a few, supporting communities to thrive is part of Westfund’s DNA.

     

    Recognised as the peak body representing professional and business women in the region, the Sunshine Coast Business Women’s Network delivers exceptional events with remarkable guest speakers, educational workshops, a give back program, community initiatives and more to empower and celebrate women to grow in business.

     

    The SCBWN is sponsored by USC, The Events Centre, Garland Waddington Solicitors, Sunshine Coast Council, Pacific Motor Group, Bentley’s Sunshine Coast, Westfund Health Insurance, 92.7 MixFM, 91.9 SeaFM, My Weekly Preview, Empire Art Photography and Channel Nine. 

  • 17 Oct 2020 11:43 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The Sunshine Coast Business Women’s Network executive committee sees great opportunity for local businesses to benefit from the measures being put in place following the announcement of the 2020-21 Federal Budget.

    With the government set to spend big to inspire business and buyer confidence, SCBWN President Roz White sees this as a great support for our local business owners, which will in turn boost our local and broader economy.

    “We’re delighted to see that this budget has been built around business as the driver to stimulate our economy.

    “With a range of tax cuts and incentives available for businesses we should see an increase in spending, innovation, and creating more jobs for our region. Plus, a positive focus and extra funding for mental health programs is very promising.

    “Connecting with our network members over this challenging year, the key concerns identified among members were uncertainty and cash flow as well as managing mental health impacts from this turbulent time. I believe this budget is going to help with all those pain points as well as foster positivity and confidence to move onward and upward,” shared Roz White.

    A big focus in this budget is on bringing the unemployment rate down with programs such as the JobMaker Hiring Credit Scheme and subsidized apprentice and trainee wages, as well as infrastructure investment to support 680 local jobs.

    A number of initiatives have been identified specifically for women as it’s been recognised that women have been particularly affected by the reduced employment opportunities as a result of COVID-19.

    “Seeing programs specifically to support women to both gain work and grow their businesses is so wonderful to see. There is still much to be done to support women in the workforce but having a number of programs on the government’s agenda that directly serve women is a great step in the right direction,” said Roz.

    The government funded programs for women include; $240m for the 2020 Women’s Economic Security Statement to help women move into higher paid professional jobs in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM); expanding proven programs in the $50m Women@Work initiative; and $35.9m additional funding for the existing Boosting Female Founders initiative.

    With the SCBWN committee focused on delivering on their purpose to empower and celebrate women to achieve in business, the group encourages female business owners, employees or those looking to get into work to connect with the network for extra support, encouragement, connection and education.

  • 16 Sep 2020 11:45 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    At the recent 2020 AGM of the Sunshine Coast Business Women’s Network, it was announced all 2019 executive management committee members would remain on the committee, while also welcoming a new committee member in Jeanette Allom—Hill, to lead the 300+ strong membership of business women on the Sunshine Coast.

    • ·      Roz White – President
    • ·      Min Swan – Vice President
    • ·      Anita Owens – Treasurer
    • ·      Michelle Hamer – Secretary
    • ·      Lizzie Henebery
    • ·      Natalie Crombie
    • ·      Kaitlyn Akers
    • ·      Paula Williamson
    • ·      Clare McCarthy
    • ·      Jeanette Allom-Hill

    This committee of volunteers will work to grow the network and continue to provide wonderful opportunities for their membership and partners, while ever committed to deliver the mission of the network - to be the platform to empower and celebrate women to achieve in business.

    SCBWN President Roz White was delighted that the AGM returned the entire existing management committee, as continuity of people and projects would be of such great benefit to the membership during a time of great change and uncertainty.

    “I am absolutely honoured to be re-elected as SCBWN President and have this opportunity to work alongside an amazing committee and to serve our members, with the support of generous sponsors, supporters and the community. The SCBWN will continue to evolve and adapt to remain relevant in accordance with a changing business environment. These days of uncertainty surely require our commitment to deliver the right resources and support, which creates impact and influence to empower and add value,” said President Roz White.

    “I am delighted to also welcome Jeanette Allom-Hill to the executive management team. Jeanette is a dynamic business woman with a successful background bringing high level expertise to our committee.”

    The 2020 elected executive committee members are a passionate group of committed volunteers, eager to create opportunity and foster great business in our region.

    Recognised as the peak body representing professional and businesswomen in the region, the committee has identified key areas in which they can give members and the community real support and empowerment.

    Through exceptional events with remarkable guest speakers, educational workshops, give back program, community initiatives and more to come, the 2020 committee aims to do the past, present and future members proud.

  • 23 Jun 2020 3:15 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    STEMM (Supporting Teenagers with Education, Mothering and Mentoring) is the proud recipient of the SCBWN raffle ticket funds, and we as a network are proud to be able to support young mothers in our community so that they may be educated and job-ready to enter the workforce support their young families.

    Throughout the COVID-19 restrictions, STEMM is continuing to support the young pregnant girls, mums and their children. The team has really tapped into their creative and technological sides to make sure their students are well supported and able to continue their education pathways.

    Here’s what they’ve been up to:

    EDUCATION

    The girls are engaged in their learning online. This includes the Tertiary Pathways Program, Cert III in Early Childhood, Cert II in Salon Assistant/Retail Cosmetics and external courses which some of the students are studying. Parenting, relationships, literacy and numeracy classes are also attended by the girls online.

    PHYSICAL AND MENTAL HEALTH

    All STEMM students have access to the STEMM Key Support Workers, Counsellor and Social Worker via online platforms. This is invaluable and allows STEMM to remain not only connected, but also able to provide individualised support to the girls and their little ones. External Allied Health services available include the GP, midwife, child health nurse and psychologist, who work with STEMM on an ongoing basis.

    CARE PACKAGES

    Each week STEMM are delivering ‘themed’ care packages to each and every one of their 28 students. Included in the packages are books, craft materials, games and recipes to help support the STEMM girls. The feedback from the girls has been fantastic and heart-warming.


    ONLINE FUN

    The amazing Adjunct Care teams are getting in touch with their ‘inner Playschool’ and creating story time, craft and fun activity videos so that they can be accessed by the girls at any time. The response has been fantastic! The videos provide another platform to connect with our STEMM mums and bubs.


    SCBWN members and guests are encouraged to support STEMM through our monthly raffle ticket sales or you can find out more about additional support for this wonderful group at www.stemm.com.au

  • 12 Jun 2020 8:08 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    Our recent Wake Up with SCBWN session with Federal Member for Fairfax, Ted O'brien had information that could help our many in our Sunshine Coast business community.

    View below to watch the session recording.


    A brief recap from the morning.

    We were honoured to be joined by our Federal Member for Fairfax, Ted O'Brien MP, who generously gave his time to speak to our members and guests all the way from chilly Canberra! Ted touched on current COVID developments in Australia, our economic movements, what support is out there for businesses (local council, state and federal), and he also answered in depth a number of questions that were sent in.

    Ted is a big believer in “one foot in today and one foot in tomorrow.” He says if he was a small to medium business on the coast, he would go hard, go soon and find out what support is out there! Take advantage of the power of networking and know you’re not alone, look into government support, talk to your bank, and get qualified advice from professional services such as your accountant.

    His takeaway advice to our guests was to ALWAYS LOOK AHEAD. Thank you Ted for a very insightful and memorable morning!

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