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Small Fish Business Coaching Launch In Canberra
Last week, we hosted a gathering of friends, press, customers, potential customers and anyone who wanted to come, at the Canberra Glassworks to launch the Small Fish Canberra presence. Business coaches Tony Ozanne and Richard Everson are both based in Canberra and bring extensive and very different experience to the area. Richard has been trained as a chef and worked in international hotels for many years before managing teams of chefs and then running multiple catering and logistics operations for Sodhexo. Tony has had a career spanning the globe too, with extensive experience working with Pizza Hut and KFC managing their franchisees and building their international operations. We’ll be picking his brains as we build Small Fish, don’t you worry.
The venue was great – stylish and rather cool. The catering, provided by Richard’s wife’s business, Country Guesthouse Schoenegg, was delicious and the people of Canberra were friendly and interesting. If you’re in canberra, watch for us in the Canberra Weekly and B2B Magazine both of whom were there.
I travelled to Canberra to give a short speech and officially launch our team and I stayed at Schoenegg and it was also lovely. It has won awards for its hospitality and I was pleased, but not surpirsed to find that I liked it too. Thanks for having me Richard and Evelyn and I’ll definitely be back.
Thanks for being welcoming, Canberra.
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