SME Association of Australia partners with 10X for special event series

The SME Association of Australia has partnered with 10X CEO Terry Crew for a run of events aimed at providing SME business owners with the edge to increase their profits.

The SME Association of Australia has partnered with 10X CEO Terry Crew for a run of events aimed at providing SME business owners with the edge to increase their profits.

Some businesses flourish – in fact, it seems they can do no wrong – and yet others struggle. 10X CEO Terry Crew (pictured) says the difference between flourishing and floundering in business is “The Edge”. Partnering with the SME Association of Australia (SMEA) for a run of four events, Crew will present The Edge: Gaining the Unfair Advantage & Increased Profit in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.

In this hard-hitting three-hour event, SME business owners can learn specific tools that will empower them to achieve all their goals for 2015 and beyond.

Normally this event is valued at $495, however the SMEA is delivering it to the My Business and SMEA communities completely free. Dates and venues for The Edge: Gaining the Unfair Advantage & Increased Profit events are:

Sydney: Wednesday February 25 – 5.30pm to 8.30pm
Venue: Referron Meeting Room – BSI, Level 7, 14 Martin Place, Sydney
Register now for free.

Sydney: Saturday February 28 – 9.30am to 12.30pm                 
Venue: Referron Meeting Room - BSI, Level 7, 14 Martin Place, Sydney 
Register now for free.

Melbourne: Tuesday March 3 – 5.30pm to 8.30pm
Venue: Brandt Suite, Como Hotel, 630 Chapel Street, South Yarra
Register now for free.

Brisbane: Thursday March 26 – 5.30pm to 8.30pm
Venue: Imagine Room, Four Points on Sheraton, 99 Mary Street, Brisbane
Register now for free.

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