International Businessman Ian Elliot Boosting Business

Cessnock City Council is excited to announce local businesses will have the opportunity to hear from internationally renowned businessman Ian Elliot at a free workshop on Wednesday 1 March, 2017 at the Cessnock Leagues Club.

Cessnock City Council is excited to announce local businesses will have the opportunity to hear from internationally renowned businessman Ian Elliot at a free workshop on Wednesday 1 March, 2017 at the Cessnock Leagues Club.

Rising from mailboy to CEO and Chairman of Australia’s biggest Advertising Agency Group, Ian Elliot is a highlight of the Business Leadership Workshop Series which is on next month.

Cessnock City Mayor, Councillor Bob Pynsent encouraged the business community to take advantage of this free workshop with such an experienced speaker in business marketing, branding strategy and staff engagement.

“It is a chance for local business people to be exposed to global business trends and simple techniques that can transform or future-proof their business,” Cr Pynsent said.

Economic Development Manager Jane Holdsworth said Ian Elliot is an expert when it comes to advising businesses on how they can reach their potential with low or no cost ideas and creativity.

“We understand people are so busy in their businesses, especially small or micro enterprises that need to juggle the many different aspects of running a business”.

“This workshop will give attendees straightforward rules and tools that enable businesses to unlock hidden revenues and re-energise teams”, Ms Holdsworth said.

Advanced Cessnock City, a partnership between local chambers of commerce and Cessnock City Council is proud to present and host the Business Leadership Workshop Series.

These workshops are held locally to provide expert advice that stimulates business ideas to help gain more customers, competitive advantage and an improved bottom line.

Registration is now open at, http://advancecessnock.com.au/register/ closing on 27 February 2017.This free event is being held as part of Back to Business Week 26 February to 4 March, an initiative of the NSW Department of Industry.

​14 February 2017