Netregistry partners with Kochie's Business Builders

Written on 25 February, 2019 by Karen Lam
Categories EventsNewsSmall Business

Together with Xero, we’ve partnered up with Bricks & Clicks, a Channel 7 program hosted by Kochie’s Business Builders.

Earlier this week the first of six episodes aired and featured 6 small business owners looking to take their bricks and mortar store online.

If you missed it, you can catch up online.

Episode 1 recap

We were introduced to the inspiration behind Bricks & Clicks, Jane Cay of Birdsnest. She shared her story about falling in love with a farmer and moving to Cooma. Cooma is where she set up her bricks and mortar store, a brand she’d later transform into a success story for online retail.

Then we met the six business owners embarking on the journey to take their businesses online. Guided by Australia’s top business mentors like Jane Cay and Kate Morris, founders of Birdsnest and Adore Beauty and our subject matter experts, they kicked off their journey to set up their online presence and attract the right audience into their business.

Who me met

My little Dream Co
A kids and baby shop with clothing, gifts, décor and formal wear curated by Sue McCormack.

The Mosh Pit
An independent record shop established in 2012. Founded by owner Kellie Jackson, the shop sells second hand and new LPs, 45s, CDs, cassettes and DVDs.

Overboard Surf
The go-to shop for surfers created by Samantha Tollis.

Hermans Interiors
A local landmark in the Wimmera community, Hermans interiors stocks a range of gifts, homewares, cookware and kitchen essentials.

Poplar Pet Food
Started in the 1950s as a supplier for stock feeds to dairy farmers and horse studs, Adam Wilton has expanded the business to become the one stop shop for all pet needs.

Fleurie Arthouse
An artisan hub with studio space managed by Anna Small and Warren Pickering.

Catch the next episode of Bricks & Clicks on Channel 7, Sundays at 1pm.

Ready to take your bricks and mortar store online?

Free online marketing course now live:

Looking to take your bricks and mortar store online? We’ve partnered with Bricks and Clicks to create a course designed for small businesses looking to get online.

Learn alongside the six business owners and register for the free course. It’s stacked with 10 modules that guide you through setting up an online presence, step by step.

Visit the Bricks and Clicks website to register.

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