More Winning Government Business workshops in 2017

This year Mia has once again been engaged by Small Business Victoria to deliver our unique Winning Government Business workshops, including two focusing on the Supercare Pharmacy RFT.

Developed by Mia, Small Business Victoria’s Winning Government Business workshops are ideal for small businesses seeking to learn how to effectively engage with government and respond successfully to tenders and quotations. Mia will be delivering these workshops at various metropolitan and regional locations throughout 2017.

In addition, we will be delivering sessions especially tailored for Victorian Taxi Association (VTA) Members (taxi business owners and operators) and the upcoming Supercare Pharmacy Request for Tenders.

The workshops cost only a nominal fee to attend, and are designed to guide businesses through the complexities and protocols of doing business with government – and demonstrate the many rewards.

Dates and locations

The first Mia-delivered Winning Government Business workshops for 2017 include the following:

  • 16 February 1:00-4:30pm – Melbourne CBD (Supercare Pharmacy, hosted by DHHS)
  • 20 February 1:00-4:30pm – Melbourne CBD (Supercare Pharmacy, Hosted by DHHS)
  • 28 March 6:00-9:30pm – Mornington (Hosted by Mornington Peninsula Shire)

WGB workshops for the Victorian Taxi Association:

  • 21 February 5:30-7:30pm – Bendigo
  • 27 February 10am-12pm – Warrnambool
  • 7 March 5:30pm-7:30pm – Traralgon

We will announce details of additional 2017 workshops (dates and locations) via our website EVENTS page and newsletter as they come to hand. In the meantime, please contact Small Business Victoria (13 22 15) for registration and additional information.

2 comments in this article

  1. Ken

    Hello, you mention the Supercare Pharmacy Tender. Which has closed now.
    How do we find out the winning tenderer?

  2. Deirdre Diamante

    All Victorian government contracts are published on the Contracts Publishing System ( within 6 weeks of the contract being signed. I encourage you to look this up for details of the winning tenderer.

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