Kentish retailers are invited to participate in a series of digital-ready workshops aimed to provide skills and knowledge that may assist them to improve the financial viability of their businesses. The workshops relates to “cloud computing’’ and online marketing and sales opportunities. For further information or to register your interest in attending please contact Council’s Tourism & Economic Development Officer Chris Frankcombe on 6491 0200 or email@example.com.
A key aspect of the pending Kentish Economic Development Strategy is the development of a local “innovation group’’, comprising interested local businesses and residents. The purpose of this group is to harness the great ideas and economic opportunities that exist in the community, to address economic issues, to explore ideas for job creating in the municipality and to contribute to improved economic resilience and sustainability of the community. A meeting for Kentish businesses will be held in the Town Hall Supper room on Tuesday October 21, from 7pm. A meeting for all Kentish residents will be held in November (date to be advised). Again, please contact Chris Frankcombe to register your interest.
Cancer Council Tasmania staff will be at the Kentish Community Health Centre on the 3rd Wednesday of each month from 10am-2pm to provide support, information and resources to anyone impacted by cancer including friends and family members. Cancer Council Tasmania can assist with financial assistance, a Wig Library, information, resources and a lending library and transport. They also assist with connecting people impacted by cancer and their partners with people who have had a similar cancer experience. All services are free, appointments preferred but not necessary. For more information please phone Cancer Council Tasmania 6425 8601.
Gerald Monson, General Manager