Sustaining your business
Future-proofing your enterprise
12 May 2011
The Tramsheds, Inveresk Rail Yards
4 Invermay Road, Inveresk (Launceston)
The ‘perfect skills storm’ is forming. Is your company ready to face the challenges ahead? Is your company robust, efficient, effective and sustainable and will you still be in business in five years?
AgriFood Skills Australia in conjunction with the Tasmanian Department of Economic Development, Tourism and the Arts and the Tasmanian Agricultural Productivity Group, is hosting an interactive seminar for Tasmanian food processors on the importance of sustainability for the future of your business.
More than ever, sustainability is crucial for the survival of your business. It is not just about diagnostics and technical ‘fixes’ and processes - a truly sustainable business requires cultural change. To survive and compete you need to lead your staff to think about risk management and efficiency in their everyday work practices.
This focused, interactive seminar will allow you to achieve:
· Cost savings at an early stage
· Strategies to prepare for change and engage your workforce
· Ways to minimise the carbon impact of your supply chain
· Funding options to support a sustainable business
Participation will provide you with a pre-seminar ‘Green Skills’ needs analysis and financial support for ongoing exchange of ideas and skills development with other enterprise leaders.