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How to start a business – Sinhalese – Online Webinar

7 February @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm


How to start a business - Sinhalese

How to start a business January (Sinhalese)

Starting a business is not only a matter of simple compliance tasks but of complex decision making around customers, products, market gaps market position, brand and pricing. This one hour webinar delivered in Sinhalese will take you through a streamlined process of navigating complex business start-up issues.

This session is for anyone in NSW who is considering starting a business or who has recently started a business.

Attending this event will consolidate your thinking about starting a business in NSW. You’ll then be eligible to book an advisory session to test your business idea.

There is no preparation required to attend this webinar.

About Your Presenter – Nalinda Ranaweera

Nalinda has extensive experience in international business development, innovative start-ups, international logistics and import/export.
As a Business Development Consultant, Nalinda has excellent communication skills, growth strategy experience, and a strong ability to build relationships.
Nalinda is qualified with MBA in Business Administration and is a licensed Customs Agent.
His specialties include supply chain optimisation, strategic procurement and contract management and strategic business planning.
Innovative business start-up is Nalinda’s key strength having built his own business in food production and business development within the FMCG sector.

This session is provided through the Business Connect Program. Business Connect is a dedicated and personalised NSW Government program that provides trusted advice to help you start, run, adapt or grow your small business.

This webinar will be recorded and can have up to 50 attendees.

To book for this webinar click the Book Now button to be redirected to the event registration page.

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7 February
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm


0434 943 534
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