Expo 2018 Soapbox Presentations

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Soapbox Presentations at the 2018 Expo 

Wednesday, 14th March 2018. Any time between 8am and 4pm
Technology Park Function Centre, Bentley

Soap Box Presentations run for 20 minutes each between 1pm and 4pm.  Please note there will be a 20 minute break after every two sessions

 

1 pm – 1.20 pm Dealing with dysfunctional staff?  Some solutions.

Presented by Danny Ramsawmy, HR Manager at CA Management Services

The impact of bullying is painful and often enduring.  The least that will be expected is proper HR planning through effective implementation of policies, procedures and leadership.

Sadly, many Organisations have poor human resource planning resulting in an immediate and long-term impact on organisational functioning, employee recruitment and management policies and corporate profitability.

Exactly, how we service our cars regularly, your HR function needs constant reassessment, retooling and refocus.

If you’re interested in registering to attend this presentation, click here

 

1.20 pm – 1.40 pm The keys to working with journalists, bloggers and social media influencers to grow your business.

Presented by Sue Papadoulis, Profile Media

The media world is rapidly moving online – and this presents some exciting new opportunities for business owners to get more exposure than ever before.

Getting your message in front of your target market now means a mix of working with journalists, bloggers and influencers.

Learn from journalist and blogging expert Sue Papadoulis who’ll show you how to access the world of online media to get more clients and sales.

You’ll learn:

  • How to work with journalists in digital news, TV, newspapers, magazines and radio – how have things changed in the digital era and how it means you can get even more exposure
  • The importance of working with bloggers – who are they, how can they help you, and how do you approach them
  • The rise of the ‘influencer’ – what is an influencer, how do they promote businesses, and how do you get them to promote you
  • The value of ‘opinion pieces’ in news – what are they, who wants them, how to get yours published

If you’re interested in registering to attend this presentation, click here

(20 min break)

 

2.00 pm – 2.20 pm  Learn how to analyse your payroll data to make better informed decisions on your future labour costs

Presented by Roy Mellon, Chief Executive of the award winning employee management software, Definitiv

This session will show you easy it is to review your current and historic payroll data to your advantage. We will teach you how to use the data to meet set budget expenditures, prepare for upcoming cost cuts and to accurately determine future labour costs.

If you’re interested in registering to attend this presentation, click here

 

2.20 pm – 2.40 pm Business Intelligence De-mystified

Presented by Jeff Robson, Principal Business Analyst, Access Analytic

What is business intelligence and Power BI? Why are so many people talking about this? How can it benefit your business?

We’ll answer each of these questions in plain English, (without “geek-speak”) and show some real-life examples of how companies are benefitting from this.

If you’re interested in registering to attend this presentation, click here

 

(20 min break)  

 

3.000 pm -3.20 pm How West Australian businesses are claiming thousands in government grants to fuel their growth

Presented by Simon Loader, Axito

The business growth space has been turbulent over the past few years, luckily, there’s several ways which you can capitalise on grant money from the government and plan your way to success. Our presentation will cover all elements of growing your business from export grants, business advisory grants, tax concessions, and accelerating your new business idea to ensure that you have the best pathway to success.

If you’re interested in registering to attend this presentation, click here

 

3.20 pm – 3.40 pm – 10 tips to attract more sales on LinkedIn.

Presented by Julissa Shrewsbury, Director New Work Consulting

LinkedIn has now become an essential business tool for branding, marketing and attracting sales in a wide variety of industries. Chances are, your customer is on LinkedIn and ‘thinking business’ when they’re there.

Julissa Shrewsbury, Director of New Work Consulting and an expert in corporate personal branding and LinkedIn strategy for business, explains why LinkedIn is so powerful and provides her top 10 tips for making the most of it to reach your business growth goals.

 If you’re interested in registering to attend this presentation, click here

(20 min break)