Starting May 15, this six month project is a gruelling, fun and informative self analysis of the participant’s business designed to produce real outcomes for those who put in the effort. Just as you would expect to become fit at an exercise bootcamp at your local gym, this business regime is designed to take your business fitness to the next level.
“We are aiming at the business bootcamp to achieve real outcomes for the businesses involved because successful business is at the heart of the business community.” Toni Zuschke, MDBC president said.
The 6 month boot camp will cover topics including:
And will include quality local experts including Robyn Henderson ( Networking to Win), Michael Zuschke ( Barking Toad Creative), Sonja Ceri ( Media Bootcamp) and David Vincent (Breakthrough Training).
Cost only $150+GST for members or $216+GST for non members
To take part in the business boot camp you need to:
The program will include homework and weekly “check ins” as well as reporting back at the beginning of each session. The three hour sessions will be at the Murwillumbah Golf Club from 6-9pm the Third Thursday of each month starting May 15.
“We are here to make you work on your business, not in your business! We are going to whip you into shape and give you the skills and knowledge to make a real difference in the growth of your business”.
David Vincent- Session One... Getting the Structure Right.
Just imagine you hear on the radio that a cyclone is about to hit your area. What thoughts go through your mind?
Are my foundations strong, is my roof secure, have I prepared my windows, will the house stand the air pressure.
After the cyclone passes the structures that survive will have passed the structure test.
Its the same with a business... get the structure right and look forward to the test of strong growth and profit.
In Session One we will use some simple business tools to examine...
The hardest part of a business is minding your own.
David Vincent- Session Two... Removing
Surveys show that 20-25% of an organisations operating expenses is WASTE. Removing this waste is a vital step in business survival. Removing the waste means that 20-25% of your operating expenses immediately improves your bottom line.
Every organisation, big or small suffers from inefficiencies. Many times we fail to see or accept what is in front of us. In Session two you will conduct an audit of your business and set out plans to eliminate the waste.
Waste Removal... Getting the most out of what you have
A critical factor in business success is the belief systems of the people... business owners as well as team members.
In Session Three we will use the ‘Bike of Life’ tool to show the connection between personal life balance and business life balance. To get maximum benefits, including speed and distance from the ‘Bike of Life’ vehicle we need to be in balance in our business and personal lives. Session Three examines life balance as well as beliefs around marketing, operations, innovation, people, finance and strategy. Session Three is about getting all your ducks in a row
There is no failure only feedback
Analyse your marketing mix, review your branding and website strategies.
course in available Social Media Channels on the market, such as Instagram,
Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Google +, Pheed, Pinterest, SnapChat and will
also cover the importance of blogging.
Today the keys to
your business growth will include:
• Understanding why your referral flow may have dwindled in the last 6 months and how to reactivate and expand your potential referral sources in the next 12 months.
• The importance of speed of response and adapting quickly to market needs and networking opportunities
• Flexibility and efficient follow up and keep in touch systems
• Successfully blending social media and face to face networking opportunities
• How to network your way to your next client, referral, prospect or strategic alliance
• Networking across all age groups and knowing what is appropriate, acceptable and appreciated for each age group
• Why systems are the key to your business development success
• How to get the most from your Chamber membership