Boost your business!
Round 4 of Business Victoria’s Boost Your Business program is now open, offering up to $50,000 in funding for eligible small and medium enterprises.
Find out more about the program, including funding streams and eligibility criteria, click here: https://www.business.vic.gov.au/support-for-your-business/grants-and-assistance/Boost-Your-Business
SCHOOL GIVEAWAY – BRAND NEW PHOTOCOPIER
GIPPSLAND SCHOOLS GIVEAWAY!! We have had a HUGE year within our #printmanagement department here at Gippsland Business Machines so we thought while Dean Cousin (THE BOSS) was not looking we would giveaway some of the latest #Toshiba technology. So, TAG or FORWARD the page link to your GIPPSLAND schools to give them the chance to enter and win a NEW Toshiba e-Studio 3508LP!! GBM will also come and install the device and teach all staff how easy it is to use the regular MONO printing as well as the reusable, erasable printing option. #printers #scanning #print#service #customersatisfaction #toshiba #ecofriendly #gbm #freegiveaway #schools #deptofeducation #gippslandschools #PRINTING #ecofriendly
Amazon invites regional Dyslexia startup Dystech to Singapore
Regional start-up Dystech was recently invited to attend a special three-day educational event held at Amazon Web Services (AWS) in Singapore. Currently creating an assessment app for Dyslexia, Dystech was one of only five Australian startups to be invited. Co-Founders Hugo Richard and Jim Radford were given the opportunity to access free training and workshops, pitch to investors, receive mentoring and be presented with valuable global networking opportunities within the education sector in the Asia Pacific Region.
Dystech is creating the world’s first assessment app for dyslexia using artificial intelligence. They are a team of passionate academics and entrepreneurs united by this one shared goal, envisioning a future where this dyslexia assessment is available to children all around the world. Visit www.dystech.com.au for more information.
We are seeking quality food vendors for Christmas in The Boo on Friday 6th December 5-10pm.
Christmas in The Boo is a family friendly Christmas festival comprising live entertainment, free children’s activities, market stalls and food! In its third year, the event continues to grow with an anticipated 6-7,000 visitors expected this year
Of particular interest are the following types of vendors:
Vegan / Vegetarian food
Gluten free food
If you fit one of these categories or you make something totally different and out of the ordinary, please register your interest using the link below
Talking Tourism in South Gippsland Shire – your feedback is needed!
South Gippsland Shire Council is seeking your feedback regarding tourism in our region. We would like to know what marketing works for you and what you consider to be future tourism opportunities.
If you haven’t had the chance to provide feedback, we would like to hear from you!
It only takes five minutes and will be open until Friday 18 October close of business.
To start the survey click here.
Community Union – The Second Chance Business Register
The Community works better in Union, Looking out for one another and creating second chances! Currently we are looking for businesses that will give a second chance to our community members that have a criminal record, but want to get back on track and re-write their future! If you are a business with a supportive team, who are willing to take on these community members either for employment or for work experience Please get in contact! We are looking at all industries and to create a register of these businesses for the future of the Latrobe Valley.
If they can’t get employment, they can’t get back on their feet and so the cycle continues. Will you help break that cycle?
Contact Kacie on 0407064742 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to be involved!
We’re hiring at LVE !! We’re looking for a go-getter in administration
If you – or someone you know is highly experienced in Admin and is motivated by a fast paced environment, with the opportunity to make a difference in other people’s lives every day then we’d like to chat with them.
Anyone interested can apply online via Seek – https://www.seek.com.au/job/40027601?searchrequesttoken=3667d382-4db2-4e8b-a536-d3a89e48628d&type=standard
Meeting the needs of Aboriginal Victorians.
The Aboriginal Community Infrastructure Program is an investment enabling Aboriginal organisations to build new community infrastructure or to repair, refurbish or expand existing community infrastructure.
The improvement of infrastructure for the Aboriginal community is important in the journey of social and economic development as well as community independence and engagement.