Welcome to the Kallangur Business Association’s March Newsletter.
February Business Workshop
We would like to thank Michael Thomas from Outclass Accountants, who ran a presentation on “How to save $500 with your Accountant” at the KBA’s first Business Workshop in February, (following the General Meeting).
Michael gave a wonderful presentation, giving us small businesses heaps of ideas, and renewed enthusiasm to get back on top of our accounts.
If you missed February’s presentation, don’t worry. We will be posting it on our website in the next week or two.
If you have anything related to small business, that you could give a presentation on, we have some spots available in the second half of the year. Send our Secretary Felice an email firstname.lastname@example.org, if you are interested.
This special double KBA Workshop on the 3rd April, will open first with a Tax Workshop and info on the soon to be mandatory Single Tax Payroll process, presented by Michael Thomas from Outclass Accountants.
The second presentation will be an introduction of Facebook for Businesses, for those who are struggling to understand how Facebook works, and also covering the dos & don’ts for businesses using Facebook.
The Australian Small Business Advisory Services (ASBAS) in partnership with Regional Development Australia (RDA) Moreton Bay are running this 2 hour, hands on workshop later this month, to help small businesses better use Mailchimp to Engage, Re-purpose & Retain their customers/clients.
The workshop includes:
Using Mailchimp as the main email communication platform, in this workshop you will learn:
Setup your newsletter for increased engagement
The process for developing an automated response campaign
3 tricks to re-engage your old and outdated database
How to integrate with other software platforms for automated communication