March 26, 2022 10:00am - 12:00pm


Event description

Do Tank: How do we empower Blue Mountains small businesses in food, beverage and retail to thrive in the current era of disasters?
Led by national resilience experts, this two-hour session will guide local participants in identifying the existing barriers to networking and participation for the Blue Mountains business community and brainstorming immediate and lasting solutions. This is not your normal ‘think tank’, the Do Tank is focused on delivering ideas that make a real difference and can be activated immediately.
Be a part of the change you want to see.

Renae Hanvin is the founder and director of corporate2community and is known for ‘doing disasters differently’. Renae is motivated by her personal experience of disasters and understanding of the role businesses can play in helping Australian communities before, during and after impacts.

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Event info

26th of March, 2022
10:00am to 12:00pm

@Mid Mountains Neighbourhood Centre

9 New Street, Lawson, New South Wales, Australia