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Micro-Businesses: Assisting People to Create Their Own Work

Workshop Summary

Having a job is a fundamental human right for all people who want it. If your service is involved in assisting people to get a better life, find work, or use their daytime effectively, this event will give you a practical base and many examples of what your team could do next.

Small businesses, cottage industries, and self-employment collectively are larger than the world’s biggest employer. 

All across the globe people use their skills and talents to pursue their passions, and at the same time generate income. This event shows participants, in a step-by-step process, how to create their own work.

Workshop Breakdown

This workshop will cover the following:

  • The why, what and how of business creation.
  • Ensuring the venture ‘fits’ the person.
  • Harnessing help from others for free.
  • Marketing and selling.
  • Legal and financial consideration.
  • Real life examples from NZ successes.
  • The role of paid staff and service.

Workshop Details

Length: Either one or two days 

Where available: Run at your organisation, anywhere in New Zealand.

To enquire about this training phone us on 0800 008 011 or fill in this enquiry form: