From : City of Sydney News, NSW Gov.au
Our retail innovation program: adapt and advance series is now calling for participants.
Being successful in retail and hospitality requires an innovative approach.
The City of Sydney’s retail innovation program has been instrumental in helping local businesses think differently, innovate their business models and embrace new trends by working with leading entrepreneurs.
Growing on the program’s success, we’re offering a series of free online education sessions.
Key speakers will cover topics from digital marketing, e-commerce and pop-up experiences, to understanding customers and content strategy. These sessions zero in on the topics that matter most to growing businesses.
Kicking off 22 January, there are 20 sessions over 10 weeks. Do one or do them all.
Find out more about the [color=#ff7062]adapt and advance series and register your interest today.
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