Learn how to manage business disruption and prepare your action plan FAST

Rural Business Support’s Business Disruption workshop is a one hour online workshop that helps small business owners to identify business risks, reduce these risks and then plan for business recovery after disruption.

The webinar will be streamed from 5pm to 6pm on:

Thursday, May 28
Monday, June 1
Tuesday, June 2

Register your interest by tapping the button above. RBS will then send you a confirmation email with a link to join the webinar.

Participate in a proven process with easy-to-use planning tool endorsed by small businesses.

Tools used in the process will be available online after the webinar, as will other resources and voluntary access to networks of like-minded businesses who are looking for recovery from business disruption and disaster.

The project is funded by the Commonwealth Department of Home Affairs and the South Australian State Government from the Preparing Australia Package and the Natural Disaster Resilience Program.

Webinar host:
Russell Trainor – Business Analyst – Rural Business Support
Mobile: 0418 850 251

About Russell
Russell has a long history of working both with Rural Business Support and, previously, in and with small rural and family businesses. Having grown up in country Western Australia, he has lived around Australia and internationally, working with rural-based businesses focusing on improving sustainability and profitability. With a particular passion for supporting smaller businesses, Russell looks forward to interacting with you and helping where he can.

Cost: The cost for your business to participate is covered by a state and federal government grant. In return your business must register by the close date and complete a confidential online exit survey.

Participation: Attendance is by webinar – easy and safe to be involved.

Requirements: Your business must have a computer that supports video conferencing.

About Rural Business Support

Rural Business Support (RBS) is a leading not-for-profit provider of services and independent support for the benefit of rural people and their communities. Our range of programs and services assist primary producers to be resilient in the face of change, risk and business challenges. Through delivery of the Rural Financial Counselling Service in SA and NT and our proactive Farm Business Management Programs, we partner with government, industry and likeminded organisations to inform and inspire primary producers to take action to improve their financial position.