The Australian small business sector expects significant changes in 2023. Why is that?
The number of businesses saw an increase during 2021-2022.
Business growth was shown across different industries including retail trade, manufacturing, financial and insurance services, education and training and more.
The release of the 2022-23 budget in May will signify great opportunities for small businesses to thrive, especially with the boosts in technology investment and training which aim at raising business values.
The rise of business networking in 2023
Recognising the importance of communities and connections, small businesses are putting networking as a top priority.
Presented on the 24-25 May 2023 at Marvel Stadium, SmallBiz-Week is a marketplace for small business owners to engage in a wide range of business events and high-profile functions.
SmallBiz-Week’s aim is to assist business to learn, engage and grow through a series of business events, networking functions and informative conferences.
The event will attract thousands of SME visitors and delegates from across diverse sectors who wish to discover new and innovative business opportunities and solutions.
SmallBiz-Week features 7 main events:
- Young Hero Awards
- Small Business Expo – register now for a free ticket.
- Business Leaders Luncheon
- SmallBiz Summit
- SmallBiz Sessions – register now for a free ticket.
- Startup Pitch Fest
Attend SmallBiz-Week 2023 to give your company the chance to be seen, considered, and chosen.
It’s an ever-changing space
The market is unpredictable, as seen in the dramatic collapse of FTX. It’s crucial for small businesses to stay on top of the transformations that are happening within the space. Thus, always be on the lookout for changes and keep building your connections throughout the year 2023. Join thousands of small business owners in May 2023 and register now for a free ticket.