A LOT has changed since the last time we were all able to meet face-to-face at the National Small Business Summit. The last year has had an enormous impact on small business across Australia, changing perspectives, policy and purpose. It is for that reason we urge you to join us at the COSBOA National Small Business Summit in Sydney, 5 – 6 April 2022.
Over two robust days we will hear from regulators, politicians, policy-makers and small business leaders, as we challenge the issues constraining the productivity of Australian small businesses.
The COSBOA Summit is your opportunity to make your voice heard, to influence the important policy issues for small business across digitisation and cybersecurity, pandemic policy: insurance, landlords and insolvency, industrial relations, mental health, competition, sustainability, banking and finance and regulation change.
Most of all we will hear the voice of small business people – find out about their experiences, how they are reviving, and what they need and demand from us to help them thrive in the future.
Let us learn, share, engage and represent our small business people with purpose!
COSBOA is thrilled to launch the program for the 2022 National Small Business Summit.
Check out the hot topics, key debates and important Q and A’s that will fuel small business policy conversations next year.
Over the two days, Q and As and debates will cover:
– Australian regulation and policy
– Innovation – real stories from small business
– Digitalisation and cybersecurity
– Pandemic problems: insurance and landlords
– Workplace wellness
– Economic trends and the future
– Industrial relations
⚬ Connect with like-minded small business leaders and Association CEO’s representing our community
⚬ Stay up-to-date with regulations and policies from the Australian Taxation Office, ACCC and ASIC
⚬ Find out the latest from the Fair Work Commission
⚬ Hear from the Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman about current issues in small business
⚬ Be the first-to know what’s happening in the political landscape and how to cut-red tape for small business