The very first Goulburn Connect was held on Tuesday night at The Collective, with over 50 people attending the business networking event.
The inaugural Cooma Connect was held on Monday 26th February at the Altair Motel, with almost 40 people from local business, government and community associations attending the meet up.
On Tuesday and Wednesday night, Regional Development Australia Southern Inland (RDASI) hosted two workshops to assist businesses in developing and managing their own website.
With the support of Hilltops Council, RDA Southern Inland hosted a second retail skills workshop in Young on Wednesday night. The workshop explored digital marketing and customer loyalty, presented by Charmaine Corcoran from the Australian Retailers Association (ARA).
Jindabyne Connect was hosted by Rydges Horizons Snowy Mountains on Thursday 25th January. Throughout the night, the diversity of Jindabyne residents and their skills were celebrated.
Following the success of the Visual Merchandising Retail Skills workshop held in Young in September 2017, Regional Development Australia Southern Inland are hosting another retail skills workshop.
After the success of the ‘Build your own website’ workshops in Yass in August 2017, Regional Development Australia Southern Inland (RDASI) are hosting another series of website workshops for businesses in the Southern Highlands.
Australia’s first Agricultural Day was celebrated in style at the Grace Millsom in Goulburn on Tuesday night,
On 21st November, Australia will celebrate their first ever National Agriculture Day. To mark this event, Regional Development Australia Southern Inland (RDASI) is holding an Ag Day BBQ in Goulburn.
On the 31st October, Regional Development Australia Southern Inland (RDASI) and Jo Marshall hosted a community consultation in Crookwell to gauge community support for the Australia Agriculture Centre (AAC).