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Tiddas in Business Masterclass

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Join the Deadly tidda, Leesa Watego, to learn more about operating a business online - digital presence, digital security, and productivity tools. 

Lots of people are overwhelmed by operating a business online. For some, it's because they're new to business, while others may be new to being online and using new to the range of technologies available. In this 2-hour session we will unpack operating online including setting up your digital presence, digital security, and digital tools that help you get the job done. We'll also give you a downloadable action plan for you to follow, take with you and work on over time. 

About the facilitator

Leesa Watego - Managing Director of Iscariot Media Pty Ltd. Home - Iscariot Media Creative, digital, and training solutions that make an Impact.  Leesa is passionate about the development of Indigenous business and the Indigenous Chamber of commerce movement.

Iscariot Media is an agency that focuses on creative Indigenous solutions for small businesses, Leesa works consistently to empower Indigenous communities by developing opportunities within the Indigenous business sector through initiatives such as:

The Critical Classroom, producing Indigenous educational resources; Deadly Bloggers, the first directory or Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander bloggers; Dark + Disturbing, an Aboriginal curatorial project.

About the Program

The Tiddas in Business Program provides business education and support to First Nations women establishing new businesses and those who are developing their existing businesses to generate economic independence for themselves, their families, and their communities. By generating the opportunities for women to create generational wealth and move out of systemic social structures and economic poverty, individuals, families and Communities benefit.

The program provides a range of intensive, culturally appropriate support and encouragement that introduces business concepts around entrepreneurship through to business-ready and business development workshops, mentoring and leadership development. This holistic model of women’s empowerment has been developed through personal experience, research, and a passion for breaking cycles of disadvantage in First Nations communities. 

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