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road safety in your workplace

TRAINING OPPORTUNITY

DATE: Tuesday 15th October 2019
TIME:
7:30am - 9:00am
Venue:
Club Mudgee, 99 Mortimer Street MUDGEE
COST: Free

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Do you have just the one company vehicle or a fleet? Are you unsure about what you can do to reduce the risks of your workers injuring themselves or others in a road crash? Would you like help to embed a better road safety culture within your organisation?

As part of NSW Small Business Month 2019, Transport for NSW will be out on the road engaging with local employers and starting a conversation about embedding road safety in your workplace through free seminars.

This event is brought to you by:

Transport for NSW
Email: towardszero@transport.nsw.gov.au
Website: https://roadsafety.transport.nsw.gov.au/stayingsafe/drivers/employers/index.html

 

 

BIOJARS - THE FUTURE OF LEGACY

BUSINESS AFTER HOURS EVENT

DATE: Thursday 17th October 2019
TIME:
5:30pm - 7:30pm
Venue:
The Stables, Market Street MUDGEE
COST: Free

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For too long we fear the worst happening to us, or to those close to us, but most of us are just not prepared…

Suke RIDLER, CEO and Founder of BioJars, will inspire you to think about managing your physical and digital footprint, and the security of your personal data – to make it easy for you now, your family later and for future generations to find you and truly know who you are.

Suke will cover:

  • How to record a person’s memories and wisdom before a unique personal story is lost forever, because social media sites are just not permanent.

  • Organising your affairs, including your financial, healthcare and wellbeing wishes.

  • What to do about privacy, security and controlling access to personal data.

 

 

instagram for business

ONE DAY TRAINING WORKSHOP

DATE: Wednesday 13th November 2019
TIME:
9:30am - 5:00pm
Venue:
The Pavillion, Lowe Wines, 329 Tinja Lane MUDGEE
COST: MCC Member $175 Non Member $275

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Connect to your Target Audience Instagram Followers; Improve your Follower subscribers and engagement; Turn customers into Brand Ambassadors with great call-to-actions and expand your business with Instagram.

Presented by Laurel Papworth, one of Australia’s top 10 bloggers, with co-presenter, Gary P Hayes, a professional photographer with a great engaged following on social media, you will learn about…

  • Instagram content creation, including the different types of posts on Instagram and the best types of images and tools/apps to use for more Followers and engagement!

  • How to increase your Follower numbers and reach, as well as your Instagram engagement.

  • The best hashtags to use and how to measure hashtags and to connect with the communities that collect around hashtags?

  • Leveraging the right Ad platform for the Facebook/Instagram integrations

  • Advertising on Instagram (including some great tips!)

  • Ensuring your content is in the feed of your Followers

  • Algorithms and ‘shadow banning’, and how to ensure this doesn’t happen to you.

  • How to connect your Instagram to Facebook and your website, in ways that will help your SEO (search engine optimisation).

 


 

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previous events

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our famous clock awards

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pink-up mudgee

Mudgee was the first town in Australia to turn Pink for the McGrath Foundation in October 2016. Over 124 pieces of media coverage of Pink Up Mudgee appeared across TV, radio, print and online.

“It was extremely gratifying to see a whole community in unity. Over 280 businesses, organisations, service groups and sporting groups were united for the one purpose – McGrath Breast Care Nurses.”  Hugh Bateman, The Property Shop

“Pink Up Mudgee united the community in support of a single cause like never before. It was wonderful to see more than 280 of the region’s organisations get behind the campaign and dress their businesses pink to raise awareness of Breast Cancer. The community should be proud of its efforts in raising over $100,000 for the McGrath Foundation.” Des Kennedy, Mudgee Mayor

 
 
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St george dragons in mudgee

 

rugby in mudgeE

 
 
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business networking

 

Seminars & workshops

 
 
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