SEQICC Toolbox Talks: Is franchising for you?

Last week, the SEQICC hosted its first monthly lunchtime webinar with Kerry Miles from Franchise-Ed. A sponsored event, the webinar explored the ins and outs of franchising and the current project designed to provide opportunities for Indigenous people to get into franchising.

Special guests: Kerry Miles, Franchise-Ed and Karen Seage, SNAP Underwood.

Watch the video here:



Monthly lunchtime webinar: Is franchising for you?

The SEQICC is excited to launch our first monthly lunch-time webinar. 

This month’s topic – franchising.

Proudly sponsored by Franchise-Ed, we will explore the ins and outs of franchising for people hoping to get into business.

We will explore – 

  • What is franchising?
  • How does it work?
  • What are some of the pitfalls of being a franchisee?
  • How do I get help making a decision to buy?

Head to Eventbrite to RSVP as our guest speakers are confirmed and the link to the webinar is sent out prior to the start.

Meet the Queensland Small Business Champion: An Indigenous Business Month event

Celebrate Indigenous Business Month and join the SEQICC and the Queensland Small Business Champion Ms Maree Adshead for an informal morning tea at Indigenous owned and operated cafe The Crampton Social at Keperra.

The Queensland Small Business Champion advocates for Queensland small businesses at the state and national level.

The Queensland Small Business Champion gives voice to the challenges and needs of the approximately 426,000 small businesses in Queensland and ensures they are brought to the forefront of government policy and decision-making. The role complements existing industry advocacy bodies and provides them with a better link to government.

The Queensland Small Business Champion’s work includes:

  • contributing to the national small business agenda as member of the National Small Business Commissioners network
  • acting as an interface between the Queensland and Australian Governments on matters affecting Queensland small businesses
  • advocating on behalf of small businesses to the Queensland Government.

To join us for the free event, please RSVP via Eventbrite.