SBDC provides free advice to small businesses in Western Australia Phone: 133 140 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.smallbusiness.wa.gov.au
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Tendering and contracts
Most government and major private sector organisations in WA use a tender process to request information and prices to supply goods or services. Regardless of how good your products or services are, often the only way you can supply them is by winning a tender. Writing a winning tender submission means understanding the process and how submissions are evaluated.
If you are successful in winning a contract to provide goods or services, it’s equally important for you to understand and comply with the contract terms. Having a general awareness of common contractual terms and conditions will assist you in negotiating more effectively and avoiding any unfair terms.
Our tendering and contracting workshops provide practical advice on how to grow your business and protect your assets.
Please note: our workshops are open to small business owners in Western Australia only.
Legal Matters for Small Business - Margaret River
Tuesday, 9 March 2021, 09.30am
Location Margaret River
This session breaks down what you need to know in the legal real when running a business and includes Q&A time at the end of the presentation.
Tendering for government contracts can be a great way to grow your business and to compete against larger organisations. This workshop takes an in-depth look at tendering and whether it could be good option for your business.
Does your profit and loss statement show a profit, but you're struggling to pay bills, tax and wages? As a business owner it's important to understand the difference between cash flow and profit, as well as knowing how to budget and read essential business reports.
This workshop will show you how to develop 'snapshot' measures (key performance indicators) of your business progress to make sure it stays on track. It will also provide you with a good understanding of your financial essentials so that you will know the right questions to ask your accountant.