Join us for this one hour webinar and learn about online banking and ecommerce solutions and improve your businesses productivity and profitability! Learn:
How to get started with banking online and why it’s imperative to have a separate bank account for your personal affairs and your business affairs
What accounts, products and services you need to run your business
Which transaction banking and merchant facilities are out there and how to decide what your business needs
The types of bank fees you might be up for when it comes to online banking and ecommerce solutions
What EFTPOS and POS (point of sale) solutions are out there
Exploring your ecommerce solutions – Paypal, Stripe, eWay & more
Efficiencies to be had if you are already doing banking online including integrating and syncing your accounts from point of sale to your accounts system, and from your ecommerce website to your accounts system to save you hours on data entry!
Apps and tools which can help you keep a track of your finances online
- And much more!
WHO SHOULD ATTEND AND PREREQUISITES
- People who are not already doing banking online
- People who are not already selling online
- People who are doing banking online but who are open to knowing how they could achieve efficiencies and cost savings
- People who are already selling online who are open to knowing how they could achieve efficiencies and cost savings
- People who like to become aware of the latest technology available and what other businesses are doing
WHAT YOU GET FOR YOUR MONEY
- A dynamic and interactive one hour webinar with someone who knows what they are talking about
- The opportunity to ask questions
- Inspiration, information and innovative techniques to take home and try too
- Live demonstrations
ABOUT THE PRESENTERS
Stuart McFARLAND – eWay – Guest Speaker
Stuart is Head of Product Delivery and Support at eWAY – Australia’s largest payment gateway. With 15 years of solution delivery through technology, the first Apple Pay payment in Australia was processed on his American Express card! Stuart also integrated the payment systems of Ezidebit and eWAY following acquisition by Global Payments (NYSE:GPN).
Katrina Lees – Facilitator
With humble beginnings as a student doing work experience for The Creative Collective during its first year in operation (2007), Katrina was quickly snapped up as a contractor working. In 2009, Katrina became the first franchisee of The Creative Collective, establishing the Newcastle office.
In 2014 Katrina and Yvette joined forces as business partners, with Kat taking on 50% shares in the company at the tender age of 30.
Since the partnership, The Creative Collective have expanded the service offering, driven extensive growth and further streamlined client experiences with our agency.
Drawing on a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in design and communication from the University of the Sunshine Coast Kat’s strengths lie in
design, web development and crowdfunding. She also takes the lead on logistics, finance and operations with projects.
She has taken the lead on the research and implementation of many new systems for The Creative Collective, including mastering the art of automations, to ensure efficiency and effectiveness in our processes where ever possible.REGISTER NOW
Please note: Recordings of this content will be made available post event for just $25. Access to this content will be made available free to full program participants. Register for the full program here.
Cancellation Policy: Should you register and be unable to attend, a substitute delegate is always welcome at no extra charge. Please provide your log in details to them as we are unable to do this for you.REGISTER NOW