Tri-Series brings out the best in business
LOCAL businesses have just one more chance to take advantage of Lismore Chamber of Commerce's Business Accelerator Tri-Series.
Jessica Lowe from Imogen's Farm at Whian Whian has benefited already from Tri-Series after attending the second session with Steve Simpson about customer service delivered at Lismore Gateway Motel last Thursday.
"It was really useful," she said. "I liked the way he interacted with the audience - he really got us to engage with the information."
Established in 2009, Imogen's Farm is in the hinterland between Byron Bay and Nimbin.
The farm operates as a winery and farmstay and Ms Lowe and her partner Nathan Kesteven run the farmstay side of the business. Her in-laws Christine and Douglas Kesteven operate the winery side producing a range of wines using Chambourcin grapes, a subtropical grape variety
"We get lots of people from Brisbane coming to get away from it all without the phone and the computer," she said. "We are in the process of getting accreditation from eco tourism Australia."
In the final part of the series social media and security expert Kirra Pendergast will look at the new business and marketing paradigm. Ms Pendergast will offer advice on implementing a secure and effective strategy driven social media action plan for businesses.
To book for the final session phone Laurel Moston at Lismore Chamber of Commerce on 0448 833 806 or email laurel@lismore chamber.com.au.