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Preparing for End of Financial Year

Over the next month we are focusing on end of financial year. We will provide you with some handy tips and reminders to enable a stress and hassle free reporting period. Tip 1 – don’t leave things until the last minute. Organise your receipts, bills, invoices, paperwork and bank statements. Put everything in a folder so that they can be easily found.

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Stealing Nannas Brandy Stealing Nannas Brandy is concerned with thoughtful photographic production from conception to realisation of the highest quality. Stealing Nannas Brandy is the collective photographic thoughts of Fiona Kennaugh a Castlemaine based artist, emerging through commissions and collaborations to produce emotive rich photographic content for business, portrait, and lifestyle. A tendency to lean toward dark romanticism aesthetically has been shaped by her rural Australian upbringing, and evident since the beginning of her photographic documentary style photography. She is interested in creating distinct evocative images whilst being sensitive to client needs and am most inves

21st Celebration

Workspace is turning 21. We have come a long way since the early days in 1998 when we had one centre consisting of 15 factories in Eaglehawk. We proudly now operate centres in: Bendigo - 10 offices Castlemaine - 96 rooms Donald - 5 factories Dunolly - 4 factories Eaglehawk - 20 factories and 1 office Gisborne - 12 factories and 2 offices Maldon - 6 rooms Workspace Business Centre - 10 offices Thanks must be given to all the wonderful people that have volunteer as Board Members and the Small Business Owners that have allowed Workspace to take a leap of faith with them.

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Eaglehawk Auto Electrics Eaglehawk Automotive electric install, maintain, identify faults and repair electrical wiring and computer-based equipment in motor vehicles and related equipment, such as caravans, trailers, earth-moving equipment, mining equipment, marine applications and agricultural equipment. Located at Factory 1, Workspace Eaglehawk

Volunteer Board Member Positions available

Workspace is seeking committed and passionate individuals to join its Board of Directors. To support the organisation as it enters into a critical growth phase, the Board is seeking individuals with skills and experience in Marketing, Innovation and Building & Construction. Prior experience with Small Businesses would also be highly regarded. For more information please click on our logo below.

Tip 9 - Be Consistent

Consistency is a key component to making money in business. You have to consistently keep doing what is necessary to be successful day in and day out. This will create long-term positive habits that will help you make money in the long run.

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Crampton Painting & Decorating Crampton offer all your painting requirements with free friendly quotes provided. Crampton’s qualifications and experience enable them to provide all your painting needs including texturing to both new and old homes. They can be found at the Workspace Eaglehawk site.

Invitation

If you are in town on Thursday 6th June 2019 please call in and help Workspace celebrate its 21st Anniversary. We are all gathering for drinks and nibbles to commemorate Workspace's success and longevity and we would love to see you there. We would love to see you there. RSVP

Tip 8 - Provide Great Service

There are many successful businesses that forget that providing great customer service is important. If you provide better service for your customers, they'll be more inclined to come to you the next time they need something instead of going to your competition.

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Julie Gittus - writer Julie Gittus lives in Maldon, Central Victoria. Her short stories have been broadcast on ABC radio and included in a number of Australian anthologies such as the recently released Best of the Best, edited by Barry Oakley. Her first novel, Saltwater Moons, was a nominee for the Radio National Book Show's 'The Best Australian Book Award, 2008'. Marketed as a young adult novel, Saltwater Moons has appealed to readers of all ages.