Take your small business concept from good idea to good to go in our three part workshop series.
If you're in the early stages of starting a business or have a fabulous idea you dream of turning into one then this workshop is for you!
Over three sessions, everything you need to know about starting a business will be covered - from registering a business name, branding, physical sales, to online presence.
Held in Morwell at Reactivate HQ over three consecutive weeks: 5th Oct-19th Oct. $120 per person for all three sessions.
This program is limited to just 20 participants, so be quick to secure your seat.
This class will be held over 3 consecutive Wednesday nights from the 5th October, 2017 Participants will be required to attend all classes.
- Learn how to take your good idea to market
- Learn ways to grow your small business
- Learn what you need to get started
- Advice and information to get started
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ReActivate Latrobe Valley started in 2011 when the RMIT Office of Urban Transformations Research (OUTR) commenced an innovative project in the Latrobe Valley region.The research-led initiative was designed to look at best-practice strategies for supporting the area to transition away from a reliance on coal. It called upon some of the brightest minds across the globe and implemented their ideas hand-in-hand with the local community.
For six years, OUTR invested in the Latrobe Valley under the leadership of Rosalea Monacella and Craig Douglas. During this time, the team delivered a range of successful projects, including the award-winning GetSunflowered installations, Spring and Winter Night Festivals, the 50 Miles Farmer’s Markets and a series of support structures for local creatives.
ReActivate Latrobe Valley also partnered with the Traralgon Neighbourhood House to retrofit the Victorian Rail Institute building in Traralgon, forming The VRI. This community learning and doing space has developed into a critical – and much loved - piece of local infrastructure.
In 2017, the highly successful research project was handed back to the community to continue. In honour of the work of OUTR, the community developed a fully independent, not-for-profit organisation in the name of ReActivate Latrobe Valley.
Today this community-led team continues the work that was started by OUTR, maintaining the initiatives that worked well in the region, and adding their own projects too.
ReActivate Latrobe Valley believes that our community can create positive change from the ground up – and that’s exactly what we do.
Here’s to building a healthier, more connected and sustainable community together.