WA is leading the way

WA CONTINUES to lead the way in entrepreneurial spirit and consequent small business growth says Business Opportunities and Franchise Expo organiser Leigh Kealton.

“All over Australia people have, in recent years, become more keen to leave the relatively safe environment of employment to pursue their dreams of determining their own future in their own business,” Mr Kealton said.

“For many people the first challenge is finding out where to start,” he said.

“Visitors to the Expo can find out what business opportunities are on offer and talk to the people behind them,” Mr Kealton said.

“There’s a huge variety of opportunities from home services to food outlets and Internet activities,” he said.

Visitors can also find out about the GST, investing in shares or in property.

“What this means is that business people can take a few hours to access a goldmine of information and opportunities,” Mr Kealton said.

“At the same time they can use the opportunity to get up to date on GST, Pay-As-You-Go and the new tax reforms and gather practical tips and new ideas to streamline their business for growth and profits,” he said.

Both the Australian Tax Office and the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission will have a presence, using the Expo to outline the key changes under the New Tax System and what they will mean for businesses.

The ACCC will also present a seminar to illustrate what it will be looking for to ensure there is no price exploitation.

The Investors Club WA, Investors Group International, RetireInvest, Trade Tech Online, Alford Computer Systems and Imagemation will also host workshops during the Expo.

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