Women in particular are using the time at home with young children to begin or develop a side-hustle into a successful small business. Get best-practice tips and practical hacks for the four most common low-entry cost, home-based side-hustles and start-ups: Online/Market Food Businesses and Creative Businesses, Bookable Experiences and Tours, Project Work or Consulting in your field of expertise. You will get critical small business start-up advice and an overview of the approval requirements, marketing fundamentals, plus insider and industry knowledge you will need to turn your side-hustle into a sustainable small business. Opportunities are emerging in many sectors as they re-invent themselves. Tourism, artisan food and creative pursuit re-invigoration leads us to consider what bookable experiences you may have the skills and time to develop. We will unpack some case studies of those who are already on-their-way in these different spaces.
Presenter: Viktoria Darabi superpower is helping food businesses, destinations and regions turn food, beverage, culinary and tourism trends into profits. She does this by providing insights and helping them create connections, events and activities to market their products, passions, skills and stories to excite existing and entice new customers. Along with her Le Cordon Bleu Master of Gastronomic Tourism qualification, she has developed a keen eye for current and future trends in entrepreneurship, marketing, tourism and gastronomy and blends a marketer’s mind with an entrepreneur’s spirit. Viktoria has been an advisor for small businesses affected many types of disruption including COVID- 19, bushfires, competition, new technologies, infrastructure developments and globalisation.
This webinar is delivered in partnership with the Parramatta City Council and Western Sydney Business Centre. Registration information will be provided to Parramatta City Council for further marketing initiatives.