CW TBC Point Cook Business ExpoKey Business Advisors Director Colin Wilson has emphasised the importance of being passionate about one’s business when he spoke at Kenso Communications’ first ever Technology for Business Expo on 11 October 2013 at Werribee Mansion.

Around 150 business people from various industries attended the event, which featured more than a dozen exhibitors. The event was hosted by Kenso Communications Director Craig Kennedy and his Telstra Business team from Point Cook. Colin was one of the guest speakers who discussed future trends in technology, some of the products which are now revolutionising the world, and how business owners can keep up with the changes.

Colin engaged the attendees when he highlighted the value of clients, how difficult it is to find them and how easy they are to lose if the business owner is not passionate about what his or her business has to offer.

“Aside from owners and managers who are passionate about the business, it is critical that staff are self-motivated to get the job done, instead of waiting to be pushed to achieve results,” Colin said in an interview after the event.

Colin also discussed at the event what customers look for in a supplier, which are what business owners want in their businesses.

Knowing the importance of open communication between staff and management, as well as identifying the strengths, weaknesses and gaps within a business, Key Business Advisors was happy to contribute to the event’s prize pool an Employer and Staff Satisfaction Survey valued at $3,500, which was won by Plum Heating and Cooling.

KBA congratulates Kenso Communications and Telstra Business Centre Point Cook on a successful Technology for Business Expo!

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Colin Wilson

Director and founder, Colin Wilson drives Key Business Advisors with determination, passion, and motivation.

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