Business coaching opportunities available

Food and Beverage Development Fund SA Inc, with the support of Business SA, has two THREESIXTY Business Coaching opportunities available for South Australian businesses with a turnover of at least $150,000 and have been in operation for at least two continuous years.


Food and Beverage Development Fund SA Inc


These program positions are valued at $2,500 each. To be eligible, you must be committed to improving and growing your business, and be able to commence the program on either November 30 or December 13 2016.


The Business Coaching program has been designed to give business owners and managers the strategies and knowledge to grow your business.  Facilitated by highly experienced coaches, each session focuses on the real issues that affect small business such as sales management, business planning, marketing, finance and leadership.  The sessions are interactive and allow participants to collectively solve issues and learn new skills that can be applied to your business immediately.  Session topics include:


  • Defining Business Growth
  • Your Business Model
  • Processes and Systems
  • Financial Management
  • Customer Service
  • Marketing
  • Innovation
  • Business Planning
  • Valuing Your business


The 10 month course includes:

  • 10 x three hour coaching sessions – one session per month held at Business SA
  • One on one consultation with your business coach
  • Small group coaching with industry experts
  • Networking opportunities
  • Guest speakers
  • Business plan targeted for growth


Applications close 11 November 2016 and you will be required to complete the Food & Beverage Development Fund Support Payment Application, including a notation confirming your turnover of a minimum of $150,000, operation for at least two continuous years and ability to commence on one of the nominated dates.

For more information, contact Carol Graham, Executive Officer, Food & Beverage Development Fund SA Inc, on 08 83629066 or 0407797068 or email

This entry was posted in ENews, Industry News on Sunday, November 6th, 2016

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