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FULL DAY INDUSTRY MASTERCLASS
NOW TAKING REGISTRATIONS

Join us for a full day Industry Masterclass, which could add thousands of dollars to your bottom line. We’ve pooled together the best industry advisors in their field to provide you with solid advice, based on years of industry knowledge and experience, which will help take your business to the next level. Here’s what you’ll learn:

Welcome and Market Update:

Wayne Patten, Business Advisor Hotel Specialist and Founding Partner of Club4Pubs will welcome you and provide an outline to the event. Wayne will provide an industry update on the latest in legislative changes, market movements, and issues impacting the industry.

Changes to the deregulated Electricity Market:

Richard Claus, Business Development Manager at Watt Utilities will guide you on what deregulation in the electricity market means for your business. He’ll provide advice on how to negotiate and manage your energy costs to provide better value from your suppliers. Richard also comes to us with a hospitality background so has a relatively good understanding of the industry.

Employment Contracts and Social Media Risks for Employers:

Lisa Aitken, Director of HR specialist firm Aitken Legal, will discuss the importance of having a social media policy, and outline some of the common mistakes made by employers in your industry. Social Media is a growing tool, what are the risks to your workplace? How do you police employee use at the workplace, and what are the key risks and issues for employers. It’s a minefield many employers in the hospitality industry are struggling with.

Maximising Profitability and Margin Analysis

Hotels Advisor Ravi Sharma will show you how to analyse your profit margins across each area of your business, so you can understand which are the specific focus areas of your business in which to implement changes. Each hotel business is different, understanding which are the priority areas of your business to have the biggest bottom line impact is what Ravi will demonstrate.

Maximising your Liquor Store Profitability

ILG Retail Specialist Pat Kenny will talk through effective liquor store layouts and increasing the average basket value per customer. He will cover strategies to pull in more floor traffic to your store, and get them buying.

Q&A Session

All Club4Pubs partner organisations will be on site for you to ask questions about their presentation, products and services.

Networking Drinks

Stay after the event for networking drinks, or better still make a night of it with the attendees on the Sunny Coast!

Presenters

Club4Pubs - Industry Masterclass

Scott Schatto

Wayne Patten

Director, PJT Accountants & Business Advisors and Club4p4Pubs Founder

Scott Schatto

Pat Kenny

Retail Specialist
Independent Liquor Group

Ken Waddington

Richard Claus

Business Development Manager,
Watt Utilities

Jodie Thompson

Ravi Sharma

Business Advisor
PJT Accountants & Business Advisors

Jodie Thompson

Lisa Aitken

Managing Director
Aitken Legal

What Client's Say

  • "PJT has always provided exceptional accounting service and advice relating to business operation, planning, taxation, investment and more."

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  • "The principals and staff are always approachable and display a sincerity in your business and situation."

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  • "PJT have made our life of running our own business much easier, knowing they are up to date with the latest in tax laws, and happy to help out with any queries we have

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  • "PJT has always provided exceptional accounting service and advice relating to business operation, planning, taxation, investment and more."

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  • "The principals and staff are always approachable and display a sincerity in your business and situation."

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  • "PJT have made our life of running our own business much easier, knowing they are up to date with the latest in tax laws, and happy to help out with any queries we have not matter how small."

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