15 Apr 2020

Resilience and Rebound Program - free webinar

15 APR 2020
15 APR 2020

South Australian Tourism Resilience and Rebound Program webinar in collaboration with Deloitte

Perhaps more than any other sector, COVID-19 has brought the tourism and hospitality sectors to a standstill. This pause – while significantly impacting businesses in these sectors – provides an opportunity to think before taking action. A series of activities has been designed by the South Australian Tourism Commission to help South Australia’s tourism industry to emerge stronger than before.

After a successful first webinar, we invite you to join in Deloitte’s second webinar which will feature a facilitated panel with senior partners and will cover the tactical and practical activities available to businesses across the tourism and hospitality sectors, and what you need to consider as you move from responding to recovery. This webinar will revisit the topics of our initial session, covering topics such as managing your staff, cash flow, business continuity and finance, with further information to be provided in relation to JobKeeper after its legislation was passed.

There will be an open Q&A throughout the session for you to ask questions.

When: Thursday 16 April, 2020 01:30 PM (Adelaide time)

Registration: Click here to register

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

For more information on the Resilience and Rebound Program, announced yesterday as part of the $5.7 million financial support package for our state's tourism sector, see tourism.sa.gov.au or click here.
On that page, you'll see that a range of fact sheets and tutorials will be made available in the coming days. The first fact sheet, Navigating your way through the government stimulus package will give you an overview of the immediate concessions and relief measures offered by Federal and State Government that are available to South Australian tourism businesses. It is designed to help you manage your business' potential short-term cashflow challenges whilst planning for a better tomorrow in these challenging times.