Business SA announces resilience workshops to help businesses survive

The peak industry body for South Australian businesses, Business SA, has announced a series of workshops designed to assist businesses through the uncertainty created by Covid-19.

Business SA will also seek to hold a Summit with the leaders of selected businesses associations from across the State to coordinate further solutions to combat the crisis.

"As the peak body for business in SA, we are committed to ensuring that the business community is informed and united in this time of great uncertainty," says Business SA chief executive Martin Haese.

"The next weeks and months will be about keeping people in jobs. If we keep people in jobs, our economy will rebound quicker."

"As the independent and local voice for the SA business community, this is absolutely our focus right now."

The resilience workshops will feature industry experts covering topics including employment obligations and options, how to access support programs and short-term tactics to preserve cash flow when sales are down.

Business SA's initiatives will be held in person, online, or both in the coming weeks and will be free of charge for Business SA members.

Register your interest now at [email protected].

Updated at 10:55am AEDT on 16 March 2020.


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