M4G

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M4GMentoring for Growth (Australia)
M4GMad for Gaming (gaming clan; Canada)
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Through our expanded Mentoring for Growth Program, we have supported 382 mentoring activities by connecting owners and operators with business experts, who provided suggestions and insights on business challenges and opportunities there are now 514 active mentors supporting this program.
Ms Enoch said the government is also providing support through the successful Mentoring for Growth program.
The Palaszczuk Government stands behind regional small business, backed up by its successful Mentoring for Growth program and grants programs which give small businesses the tools and resources they need to survive and grow.
Ms Enoch said the successful Mentoring for Growth program stripped of funding by the Member for Clayfield when he was Treasurer cemented its place as a key initiative to help small businesses at different stages in their development.
7 million Advancing Small Business Queensland Strategy includes a suite of support services to help small businesses start grow and employ, including the Small Business Entrepreneur Grants and Accelerate Small Business Grants, and the Mentoring for Growth program.
I would advise small businesses to also make the most of programs such as our successful Mentoring for Growth, that can give them a pre-Games business boost.
As Treasurer, Tim Nicholls cut small business support, abolished the small business commissioner, cut online business services and oversaw funding cuts to the incredibly successful Mentoring for Growth program.
The LNP abolished the Small Business Commissioner, and in his very first budget Tim Nicholls slashed $700,000 of funding for the hugely successful Mentoring for Growth program.
Minister for Small Business Leeanne Enoch said the Queensland Governments Mentoring for Growth program had brought real benefits to small business, with the upcoming Queensland Small Business Week (May 15 20) to feature key mentors.
Minister for Small Business Leeanne Enoch said the Queensland Governments Mentoring for Growth program had brought real benefits to small business, with the upcoming 2017 Queensland Small Business Week (May 15 20) to feature key mentors who have helped the states small businesses.
Through our successful Mentoring for Growth program we have seen evidence of how enabling small business to add these elements to their business toolkit has helped them grow their business and employ.
Under the strategy well also be fostering our future entrepreneurs through the New Business for Tomorrow program and assisting businesses to grow and employ through the Accelerate Small Business grants program, an expansion of the Mentoring for Growth program.