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Organisers of a
growth forum hope
it will become an
THE director of a Mulwala
based housing manufacturing
factory picked up some useful
tips on how to cope with his
rapidly growing business at a
workshop in Albury in May.
John Tresize, of Yarrawonga
Manufactured Housing, said his business
was growing at a rate with which it was
difficult to keep up and he needed the
tools to assist with growth.
He found a presentation by the director
of RSM Bird Cameron, Andrew Graham,
particularly helpful at at the Albury-
Wodonga Manufacturing, Innovation and
Business Week workshop.
The workshops were held at the Albury
Entertainment Centre where businesses
heard from 10 guest speakers throughout
"This forum has been great," Mr Tresize
"A major issue with our company is we
are under-resourced and this guy has
given us the tools we need to find the
right type of person to fill this role."
Mr Graham gave a 90-minute
presentation on converting strategy
He said a common blockage to success
for business owners was working towards
the achievement of both their individual
and business goals and their inability to
implement their strategies within their
"This session introduced simple but
powerful framework and processes
to get better results and outcomes for
businesses," Mr Graham said.
Businesses also heard from guest
speaker Dean Olsen, director of
Mr Olsen talked on the importance of
businesses being organised and about
gaining benefits from working with both
customers and suppliers.
The business week event, held from
May 3 to 7, was hosted by the NSW
Business Chamber, Enterprise Connect
and Albury Northside Chamber of
The event, which is hoped become an
annual offering, aimed to give businesses
the chance to hear from guest presenters
usually only available in city areas.
● Director of RSM Bird Cameron, Andrew Graham,
during his presentation.
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