Event Information:

  • Thu

    See It, Solve It, Scale It

    8.30 - 12.3087 Hill Street, Muswellbrook, NSW, 2333

    See It, Solve It, Scale It is a series of three 4-hour workshops that delivers practical tools and insights to help
    ambitious businesses overcome frustration and accelerate growth. Identify bottlenecks and opportunities in
    your business, learn how to best address these and hit the ground running with a clear direction and plan of

    November 8, 15, and 22

    You'll also meet other like-minded business owners and growth leaders who want to:
    • Identify new ways to add value for current and future customers.
    • Communicate their value effectively to achieve more sales and grow their business.
    • Win more high-value contracts.

    Plus, participants will be provided with ongoing support after the workshops via group and one-onone
    sessions to coach through key actions to assist in achieving identified business goals.
    This workshop series offers great value with subsidised rates through the University of Newcastle's
    Integrated Innovation Network (I2N) with thanks to the NSW Government's Boosting Business Innovation

    Expert Facilitator - Claire Quigley, Launchpad9
    Claire is an accomplished commercial marketer, innovation strategist and business development manager.
    She holds domestic and international experience in B2B sales. Claire's role in several high-tech startups has
    helped set the foundation for their success, the most notable being a mobile cloud software company
    FeedHenry which was acquired by Red Hat in 2014 for $82 million. Specialising in business model and value
    proposition design as well as go to market strategies and sales enablement, Claire understands what to look
    for when creating business success.

    This workshop will book out so if you’d like to win more, and higher value contracts book today


    If you have any questions about the See It, Solve It, Scale It Business Development Workshop Series please
    get in touch with the team at the University of Newcastle’s Integrated Innovation Network (I2N) via