INNOVATING THROUGH ADVERSITY
If your small business is losing sales due to the current crisis, faced with challenges to change your focus, or struggling to expand to meet new demand, help is available.
Western Sydney University’s “Innovating through Adversity” advisory service offers online learning and mentoring to small businesses in Western Sydney.
This service is 100% digitally delivered adapting to current circumstances due to COVID-19.
How we can help
Taking Business Online
New Products & Services
How it works
Step 2 – Undertake virtual mentoring session
Book an online meeting with a mentor and undertake a business review.
Step 3 – Access online learning & workshops
Connect with others online in our virtual community hub 'Launch Pad Live' and get access to a bunch of learning and resources.
Step 4 – Develop and implement your action plan
Get on-going support from our network of mentors and experts to take action on your plans.
Please fill out the form below and we will be in touch to arrange a mentoring session.
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Helpful COVID-19 Tools & Resources
Information on novel coronavirus from NSW Health
NSW Health‘s frequently asked questions on Novel coronavirus (COVID-19)
The Australian Government Department of Health Coronavirus (COVID-19) resources
World Health Organisation updates on novel coronavirus
World Health Organisation your questions answered
Department of Education, Skills and Employment factsheets
Australian Government Smart Traveller news and advice
Information on the novel coronavirus for university and higher education students and staff arriving from mainland China from the Australian Government Department of Health (致 中国大陆 抵 澳高校学生及教职员工 的信息)
Information on the novel coronavirus for universities and higher education facilities from the Australian Government Department of Health
Austrade’s Study in Australia Weibo channel
Austrade’s Study in Australia WeChat channel
Western Sydney Local Health District’s Western Sydney Health Check podcast
COVID-19 (Coronavirus) resources in languages other than English from NSW Health