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Business Breakfast

Futurecasting Business in Australia
Presented by Sarah Wrigley,
Director, Gundabluey Research

Where is business going in the future? What are the foreseeable trends that will directly impact your business?

We've heard that the structure of business is changing in Australia - but to what extent and how?

* Manufacturing is dying, service industries thriving
* Flexible work environment, part time work, improved employee perks to create loyalty
* Collaboration, innovation, individualised promotions
* Diversity, gender equity, the gender of business and why it is such a big issue
* And what technologies are presenting to assist us manage the opportunities and challenges?

Sarah approaches this topic from her perspective of the last 30 years researching businesses in Australia from micro to large, across all types of business in both Australia and New Zealand.  This presentation brings together much of that research and knowledge to provide participants with some insight into the issues that will help their own business thrive into the future.


Where:  Warrandyte Sports Club
When:    Wednesday October 19
Time:     7am to 8.45am
Tickets: $30 inc gst & booking fee

Enjoy networking, a hot brekkie provided by the Warrandyte Sports Club committee/volunteers, followed by Sarah's presentation & questions.


About Sarah Wrigley

Sarah is director of a boutique market research consultancy based in North Warrandyte.  Her research has earned her two Business to Business Research Effectiveness Awards, in 2012 and 2014 for her long standing work with NAB producing the monthly and Quarterly Business Survey on business confidence.

Sarah has also specialised in customer satisfaction research and consults regularly to MYOB and the Australian National Library.

As well as running Gundabluey Research, Sarah is past chairman of the Warrandyte Community Bank, past director of the Royal Botanic Gardens and current director of the not-for-profit Fitted For Work.

About the Business Breakfast

The Woo has worked with many thousands of small businesses over the years - whether that be via our creation and presentation of over a hundred B2B expos for SMEs across Australia, or through our consultation with individual businesses to create their marketing strategies and plans. 

We recognise the value of networking and for business to hear from those who are succeeding.  It is our aim to continue the networking and inspiration that are at the heart of our Greater Warrandyte Business Expo across the course of the year by presentating the occassional business breakfast featuring some of the incredibly talented and successful business people within our region who are happy to share their knowledge.

If you would like to be involved in future breakfasts to be held in 2017, please don't hesitate to get in touch.

Email or phone 0418 47 97 35

And we look forward to welcoming you to the first event on Wednesday October 19


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