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As everyone tries to navigate today’s unpredictable future, we want you to enjoy learning what you need to survive and grow profitably and sustainably while minimising your struggles.
Become part of the conversation and our research program which supports building sustainable futures. Join us to explore the key drivers which underpin our regional, rural, and remote communities. Do not start with a 'blank page', it is too frustrating and takes too long.
We are calling all advisors, from start-up to maturity who want to become more action-orientated trailblazers and build more prosperous futures for our regional communities, with confidence.
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To provide thought leadership linked to practical systems, tools, processes and practical knowledge, for people to start and grow sustainable enterprises and jobs in regional towns and villages.
To support those people who are interested in building:
- Better businesses
- Better farmers.
- Better non-profit organisations.
- Better advisors and mentors.
- Better health and well-being.
- Better communities.
Over the last 50 years, we have created one of the most substantial resources of reliable, practical, useful and helpful information and knowledge for regional, rural and remote communities, their businesses, non-profit organisations, their ecosystems and advisors.
The resources help us to inexpensively create solutions focused on creating new conversations, which will lead to better relationships, better health and better businesses as well as exciting places in which to live and work.
Challenges everyone in regional, rural and remote communities face:
- Recovering from adversity, drought, floods, fire and the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Not fostering entrepreneurship to find better ways to adjust to a new future.
- Starting and growing a business can be too hard doing it by yourself.
- Not finding ways to help people cope with adversities.
- Many lean too heavily on their own understanding of the value they can offer.
- They are not taking away the confusion new 'customer experiences'.
- Ways to successfully address problems, frustrations, want and need.
- Having difficulty in finding new ways to help people generate positive ideas and opportunities for the future.
- Ensuring the right strategies are implemented to achieve their desired outcomes.
- They are lagging in technology systems, tools and processes to increase capacity.
- They are not applying creativity and innovation to cope and find new hope.
- Ecosystems with knowledge are not responsive enough to improve their value chains.
The challenge is to provide practical hands-on knowledge which will positively impact on the problems and frustrations regional people encounter and need to deal with successfully. The big question is, how do you provide quality support 24/7 which people can rely on to do what they need to do?
Perhaps a more significant challenge was to help people to propagate their concepts without being misunderstood, or watered down. The essential factors we see as necessary to make things happen at a grassroots level and achieve the outcomes people are seeking.
In approaching how we might go about supporting what people wanted and needed, we focused on some key pillars, of a holistic approach.
- Retreats. To provide practical in-depth solutions to vexing issues.
- Daily Inspirations. Emails to provide inspirations and breakthroughs
- Blogs. To motivate improvements in various aspects of business
- The Knowledge Factory. To support us in providing us with quick, practical solutions.
- Research Initiatives. To help us all stay abreast of trends and issues.
We focus on stimulating, motivating and providing life-changing support and opportunities while facilitating the capacity of individuals in building their businesses, organisations and their communities. It involves identifying significant trends and issues and the use of digital technology.