Future Fresh is to commence in Newcastle on February 25 2022, helping build an inclusive community of small, local businesses through a series of 9 workshops and 1-on-1 consultations focusing on Business, Tech, and Market.
Stepping out of several lockdowns, the City of Newcastle is investing heavily in aiding local businesses via the NewSkills program. As part of this program, our team at Mo Works Creative Agency will partner with Hatch Quarter Startup Incubator to deliver the Future Fresh workshop series.
Newcastle business owners will receive training across areas including; marketing, communications, digital business tools, and innovation. We hope to help improve businesses performance and adapt to rapid changes in relevant industries, through hands-on workshops, 1-on-1 sessions, take-home assignments and customised mentoring.
Attendees will have the opportunity to learn directly from our team of industry experts and marketers digital transformation, marketing and tech experts, and Hatch Quarter, leaders within the migrants, refugees and CALD space.
Newcastle Lord Mayor Nuatali Nelmes is pleased to support the programs aimed to equip business owners with the skills to get back on their feet.
“This is one of the many endeavours the City of Newcastle is making in order to rebuild our local economy and recover from the effects of COVID-19.” Lord Mayor Nuatali Nelmes said.
“Business owners, workers and entrepreneurs with diverse skill sets will be better placed to capitalise on opportunities, invest money in the local community and create jobs.”
Our own Creative Director, Mo Hamdouna, is excited to be collaborating with the City of Newcastle for this project, saying that it “gives me great pleasure to be launching the Future Fresh workshops in NSW starting with the City of Newcastle. These workshops will be hands-on with lots of tips and takeaways to hack businesses’ knowledge and give Newcastle business owners everything they need today for tomorrow’s success!”
“Running this program in Newcastle will help expedite our presence in the region as we are looking to partner with more businesses and expand our reach. We want to build a community of supportive, inclusive and successful business owners who have the hearts and spirits of our Melbourne basecamp, but the mind and vision of the world.”
Are you a business owner in Newcastle? Apply for the Future Fresh Workshop series here.