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Tamworth Business Summit

Date: 31 March 2021


“Unprecedented business conditions have changed the way regional businesses operate and plan for uncertain times.
It’s time to identify unique opportunities to grow with resilience and flexibility.”

The 2021 Tamworth Business Summit was held last week 24-25 March offering a positive light for local business leaders, influencers, advisors, and those aspiring to be in regional business.

The event offered everything needed to connect, inspire and keep abreast of the ever-changing business landscape we’ve come to know well in recent times with the challenges of Covid-19, drought and more recently, floods.

Partner and leader of our Business Advisory team, Derek Repp, presented on Day 1 of the event covering the importance of using your financial data to drive business performance – something that not a lot of business owners are doing in their day to day operations.

Paul Williams, Partner and in-house Lawyer leading our Legal Solutions team, spoke on Day 2 of the event, examining various business succession planning and restructuring options.

We thank the Tamwoth Business Chamber for hosting a successful event and inviting us to be a part of it.

If you are looking for advice around improving your business performance or if you are thinking about options for the structure and future of your business, contact Derek or Paul for an obligation free discussion by phoning (02) 6774 8400 or email enquiries@rm.net.au.

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