Top 5 resources you need when starting your new business

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Top 5 resources you need when starting your new business

Starting a new business is an exciting journey filled with endless possibilities. However, it can also be a daunting task, especially if you’re venturing into uncharted territory. To help you navigate the path to success, we’ve compiled a list of the top five resources that can make a significant difference in your entrepreneurial journey. To see these resources in action, don’t forget to watch our inspiring video showcasing the Redlands Regional Jobs Committee’s (RRJC) invaluable support for startup initiatives.

 

1. Redlands Coast Chamber of Commerce

One of the first and most valuable resources for any budding entrepreneur is a strong network of like-minded individuals. The Redlands Coast Chamber of Commerce is a goldmine of local professionals, businesses, industry and government representatives who share your vision and passion. Connect with them, exchange ideas, and explore collaboration opportunities. Building a support network is crucial when starting a new business, and the Chamber of Commerce is an excellent place to start.

 

2. Business Mentorship Programs

Starting a new business can be overwhelming, and having a mentor who has walked the same path can be invaluable. Look for business mentorship programs in your area or online communities that offer guidance and insights from experienced entrepreneurs. These mentors can provide you with valuable advice, help you avoid common pitfalls, and accelerate your business’s growth.

 

3. Government Initiatives and Grants

Many governments, including the Queensland Government, are committed to fostering economic growth by supporting startups and small businesses. Explore government initiatives and grants that may be available to you. These programs can provide financial support, training, and resources to help you get your business off the ground. Check out what’s available in your region and take advantage of these opportunities.

 

4. Continuous Education

In today’s digital era, online platforms like Coursera, Udemy, and LinkedIn Learning offer diverse business courses. However, for local training in the Redlands Coast, meet GET SKILLED. Partnered with Queensland Registered Training Organizations, GET SKILLED provides up-to-date information on various courses in different settings. With local insights, course diversity, and regular updates, it’s your knowledge investment to stay ahead.

 

5. Business Associations and Committees

Local business associations and committees, like the Redlands Regional Jobs Committee (RRJC), can be powerful allies in your entrepreneurial journey. These organisations actively work to strengthen collaborations between industry, community, and government, aligning with regional workforce strategies. They offer resources, advocacy, and support that can be instrumental in your business’s success.

 

 

Starting a new business is a thrilling adventure, and with the right resources and support, you can turn your vision into a reality. Remember to leverage your network, seek guidance, explore financial assistance, invest in education, and engage with your local business community. With determination and the right resources, your entrepreneurial dream can become a thriving reality.

 

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