Webinar: Preparing for the COVID recovery
Presented by Jirsch Sutherland & Ms Kate Carnell AO, Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman
We’re delighted to invite you to join our webinar on Thursday July 23, at 2pm (AEST) to look at preparing for the post-COVID recovery. We will be joined by guest speaker, Ms Kate Carnell AO, Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman (ASBFEO).
With the Federal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg handing down the government’s mini-Budget on July 23 and with many wondering what the decision will be about JobKeeper beyond September 27, this will be a compelling webinar – and one not to be missed.
The session will cover:
- The ASBFEO COVID-19 Recovery Plan and what support should be put in place for small businesses
- ‘Fit for Business’ checklist
- Insolvency Practices Inquiry, which was launched by ASBFEO in October 2019 and whose findings will be released shortly
- The concept of ‘no shame insolvency’ – i.e. destigmatising seeking financial advice or insolvency help
There’ll be opportunity for questions at the end – and we’re happy for you to send us any questions in advance (or you can lodge them during the webinar.)
We look forward to welcoming you at the session.
No obligation, no sales pitch, just good, honest up-front discussion.
This webinar is being run for all Jirsch Sutherland clients, referrers and business leaders, with live Q&A throughout. We hope you can join us for yet another riveting webinar.
We look forward to seeing you on Zoom this Thursday.
This webinar has concluded but you can access the recording and PDF slides here.
Andrew Spring has a wealth of experience in all facets of domestic and international business restructuring and insolvency. With more than 19 years of experience, his expertise is diverse in sectors such as hospitality, retail and wholesale.
Chris Baskerville has 15 years of experience in a wide range of industries which include retail, manufacturing and transport. Chris specialises in commercial thinking and conflict resolution in his business dealings.
Kate Carnell commenced her role as Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman (ASBFEO) in March 2016. Kate brings extensive experience and knowledge to the role of Ombudsman, having run her own small businesses for 15 years before becoming ACT Chief Minister in 1995 for a five year period.