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Grant Writing Workshop in Hobart

Published by Suzi Watral - Monday, October 01, 2018

The Department of State Growt is offering Tasmanian businesses and community organisations the opportunity to attend a free information session on how to build your skills in preparing and winning grants.

Information sessions will cover:

  • how to find grants to apply for
  • what’s involved in putting together an application
  • how to make your application standout.

Hobart - 6:15 pm – 7:45 pm

Thursday, 8 November

Best Western Hotel,156 Bathurst Street,Hobart

Light refreshments will be provided at both sessions.

Register on the events page at www.business.tas.gov.au or call 1800440026

 

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