The Northern Territory news Wed 4 Nov 2020
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NTNE01Z01MA - V1 industry to better assist businesses and employees with content relevant to their field. The Business to Business Expo presented by Treeti provided attendees with 15-minute one-on-one sessions with business organisations and service providers. Another key feature in the program was the celebration of Territory business success stories who have shared their inspirational stories. Thank you to Kim Ford, Manapan Furniture, Anindilyakwa Art Centre, Leon Loganathan, Dave and Tanya Neenan, Steve and Jan Baldwin, The Centre for Appropriate Technology, Tanya Heaslip, Alison Ross and Dan Richards. Department of Industry, Tourism and Trade Chief Executive Officer Shaun Drabsch said OBM was an important event in the Territory calendar and one that had supported business for 26 years. Small to medium enterprises are a key component to the Territory economy, therefore it was essential for OBM to deliver on-the-ground support for businesses still affected by COVID-19 and for businesses seeking to adapt to the new operating environment we now find ourselves in, he said. Initiatives like OBM are more important than ever to help support, inspire and continue our great Territory businesses. obm.nt.gov.au THANK YOU TO OUR GENEROUS SPONSORS PLATINUM IN KIND B2B EXPO SILVER MEDIA obm.nt.gov.au THANK YOU TO OUR GENEROUS SPONSORS PLATINUM IN KIND B2B EXPO SILVER MEDIA obm.nt.gov.au THANK YOU TO OUR GENEROUS SPONSORS PLATINUM IN KIND B2B EXPO SILVER MEDIA Territory success story Tanya Heaslip. TERRITORY BUSINESS ROADSHOW WRAPS UP October Business Month(OBM) 2020 haswrapped up for another year, delivering a packed program of events and workshops to support Territory businesses navigate the current economic climate. This year we adapted the OBM program to meet the critical and evolving needs of Territory small businesses. The OBM team hit the road and delivered the program in a symposium style format to the Nhulunbuy, Tennant Creek, Katherine, Alice Springs and Darwin regions. The OBM program focused on giving small businesses access to local expertise and the latest practical information and skills development to help owners, operators and employers adapt and rebound from COVID-19. Throughout October more than 100 workshops were delivered which included a mixture of educational events, keynote presentations, workshops and networking opportunities. A popular program feature was the industry focused sessions. In Darwin each day was tailored to a specific The OBM audience hear from Anya Lorimer, chair of the Darwin Regional Economic Reconstruction Committee. Some of the guests at a Katherine Business Networking Dinner at Kumbidgee Restaurant. OCTOBER BUSINESS MONTH WOULD LIKE TO ALSO THANK OUR IN-KIND SPONSORS: Sound Light and Media Encore Alice Springs Magnolia Flowers Merchants ARC Fitness Anindilyakwa Aboriginal Art Centre DARWIN CORPORATE PARK merit chartered accountants strategic communication ~ ~ DOUBLE TREE DOUBLETREE by Hillon~ by Hilton~ ESl'LANAUl: DARWlK ALICJ:! Sl'lUN CS NT .. News TRE~TI BUSINESS CONSULTING ::: Imp a rj a NORTHERN .~. TERRITORY GOVERNMENT
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