Y(E)P small group workshops are run weekly, targeting specific topics and allowing you to have your personal needs met by our local expert mentors. The events are purposely small, with a maximum of eight attendees. The
Our small group workshops often book out. Please only register for events you plan to attend.
We get grumpy (on behalf of those who miss out) when you don’t show up to a workshop.
We are grateful for the support of our local mentors. We schedule workshop topics based on feedback from our clients, however, we do accept expressions of interest from workshop presenters in the region we service. For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org
When you’re starting your business, what do you think about? Branding, Social media, Advertising, networking, howto grow your client base and target new markets. All of these potentially cost a lot of money, not to mention time.
Where does the media fit in? How can a journalist help you to get your name or your product out there…for free? Many people are wary of journalists but they can be your ticket to a much wider audience and therefore, client base.
This workshop will cover:
Understanding the media.
Writing a media release.
What journalists want.
The Young Entrepreneurs Project holds weekly small group workshops on a range of topics to help you start or grow your business.
Join us for our second Deep Dive of 2019. We will be diving deep into the world of thinking big with our three amazing speakers.
– Jilinda Lee, Director of Vital Leaders and founder of ElevateHer
– Andy Riley, Founder of Earth Hour and Founding CEO at Citizens of the Great Barrier Reef.
– Glenn Capelli, International renowned professional speaker.
7:30am – 8:45am: Coffee Networking @ Cube Cafe (Ground Floor)
8:45am: Registration for Deep Dive
9am: Introduction and Welcome (Tara Diversi – Entrepreneurship Facilitator)
9am – 12:15pm: Keynote presentations and panel (including networking morning tea)
12:30pm – 1:15pm: LUNCH
1:15pm – 3:00pm: World Cafe mini-workshops
Media savvy workshop with Kirsty Nancarrow
Workshop attendees learning new things
Risk management 101 with Rhiannon Simcocks