Sunday Territorian

SUCCESS STORIES AT OBM

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OCTOBER Business Month is back and the biggest yet with more than 90 workshops and networking events.

The Covid-19 pandemic has had a significan­t impact on Territory businesses, especially those in hospitalit­y, events, entertainm­ent and tourism industries.

To help Territoria­ns navigate through the economic climate and businesses challenges, the refreshed OBM program will be specifical­ly tailored to each region.

The focus in each region is to give small businesses access to keynote presentati­ons, masterclas­ses, local experts and practical informatio­n to help business owners, operators and employees respond to the ongoing impacts of Covid-19.

Once again Territory businesses also have a chance to showcase their innovative ideas and win up to $1m in Venture Capital at the inaugural Croc Pitch event.

To see the program and register, visit obm.nt.gov.au

 ?? ?? Associated Advertisin­g & Promotions leader Natalie Bell and Small Business Minister Paul Kirby at the October Business Month program launch.
Associated Advertisin­g & Promotions leader Natalie Bell and Small Business Minister Paul Kirby at the October Business Month program launch.

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