Bellingen Chamber of Commerce

Bellingen Co-Working Group – Mac Tools for Business, Feb 19th

13 Feb

Please view the following information from the Bellingen Co-Working Group.

Happy New Year Bellingen Co-Workers!


I hope you’ve all had some great R&R and that you’re feeling ready to get into 2018.

We’ve got some great topics lined up for you this year – just check out the list below.  I’m sure you’ll agree that we have some very talented locals, and that these skill share sessions offer Value + for the price of a gold coin donation.  I also hope you’ll be happy to help in a small way by offering to do the easy job of helping Hilary with buying the nibbles on occasion, or hosting a meet-up at some stage during the year. Thanks to Louise Scott, who has already said ‘yes’ to that.  Get in touch if you are interested – it’s really easy.

NEXT MEET UP: To kick off the year we are grateful to Peter Elmaloglou for offering his expertise on all matters Mac.    His workshop will be a valued opportunity to pick up some hot tips that will increase productivity and help you get more out of your iphone, Ipad or Apple computer in your business environment. Peter is the lead technician for the Apple setup, support and training business Maceasy. He is a Bellingen local who spent four years as one of Apple’s lead trainers at their flagship George St store in Sydney. He is a seasoned trainer and master troubleshooter who lives and breathes Apple technology.

When: Monday, Feb 19th, 2018
Time: 9.30 – 11 AM
Where: Bellingen Library (enter via side door as it will be closed to public)
Morning tea provided
Booking Essential: Book here with Event Brite  (Gold Coin Donation)

PODCAST: Also Andrew Woodward has been busy creating more podcasts for us to enjoy — check out our Soundcloud page here and learn about Fitness, Doing a yearly stock take, Linked In & Social Media

Next Newsletter we will update you on the new website coming soon that will include a library section where we share our business / educational / motivational resources, and a skills inventory may be included too.

And for your diary here are some future dates for some cracker-jack topics all drawing on our Bellingen talent.

Thurs MARCH 15th 5 – 6.30 : How to have difficult conversations (Graham Richardson)
Wed APRIL 4th 5 pm – 6.30 : Mindfulness in Business (Judy Baderle)
Thurs MAY 17th 5- 6.30: Invoicing for Success (Phil Wilson)
Thurs JUNE 14th 5 – 6.30 pm: Lateral Thinking for Business Challenges (Melissa Richardson)
Wed JULY 4th: Getting Found Online (Paul Woods)

Look forward to seeing you on the 19th.

Thea, Hilary & Andrew