RDA Sunshine Coast hosts first free grant event for 2019

Are you a local business or community group which is seeking to secure government funding?
Regional Development Australia (RDA) Sunshine Coast is hosting a free event, Top 3 Tips on How to Prepare a Competitive Cost Benefit Analysis (CBA), at the Maroochydore RSL on Tuesday, February 7 from 8.30-10am.
This is RDA Sunshine Coast’s first event in its Grants for Growth series for 2019.
The series aims to connect local businesses and community groups with competitive government grant and funding opportunities.
RDA Sunshine Coast CEO Paul Fisher will lead an expert panel discussion on how to prepare a CBA for large-scale infrastructure and community projects, drawing on successfully funded projects on the Sunshine Coast.
Paul will be joined by leading industry experts, highly skilled in helping businesses and community groups to prepare competitive applications for government funding, including:

  • Dr Latiffa Ling, Director, Commercial Evaluation and Management | Queensland Government Department of State Development, Manufacturing, Infrastructure and Planning
  • Kerrie-Anne Haggie, Tourism, Sport and Leisure, Economic Development and Major Projects at Sunshine Coast Council
  • Robyn Mercer, Principal Consultant | White and Grey Consulting
  • Rob Hall, Lead Economic Consultant | .id – the population experts

RDA Sunshine Coast’s Research and Grants Coordinator, Sarah Wetton, will also be on-hand to answer questions on how we can help you plan for major upcoming grants in 2019, including the Building Better Regions Fund.
Register ASAP via https://www.eventbrite.com/e/top-3-tips-on-how-to-prepare-a-competitive-cost-benefit-analysis-tickets-54900537987 to make the most of exclusive access to experts in this field.
The event will feature audience question time followed by networking over light refreshments. Tickets are limited – the event will be subject to minimum attendance.
For more information, contact Sarah Wetton via project@rdasunshinecoast.org.au.

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