Networking your business

UPCOMING Networking events include Networking the Clarence on Wednesday, May 11, from 5.30-7pm at the Terrace Restaurant, Grafton TAFE Campus (access via Clarence Street).

The monthly event offers local business operators a chance to meet, create new relationships, build on existing networks and promote their enterprise in a relaxed, social environment.

The cost is $5 a head and you pay on the night.

The Grafton Chamber of Commerce and Industry is holding a breakfast on Wednesday May 18 at the Grafton District Services Club.

This breakfast, as part of the North Coast Innovation Festival, will feature Ian Peters, an expert in application of web and internet technology in business operations.

In his talk, Creating Environments for Innovation, he will present insights and ideas on how business can use the internet effectively.

All welcome, the cost of breakfast and presentation is $20 for chamber members and $25 for non-members.

Please contact James Patterson on Office@GraftonChamber.org.au or 6642 6183 for information or bookings.

Also as part of the North Coast Innovation Festival, Northern Rivers Food, in conjunction with local IT company MageData, will bring you the latest information on “Cloud Computing”.

The focus will be on food businesses - and will give you the tools to operate your business anywhere on any device.

A workshop will be held in Yamba on Friday May 27 from 5.30- 8pm at Star of the Sea.

For more information and to register on line go to http://www.northernriversfood.org.au/index.php?page=event-registration.



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