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Business Advisory Services Update Webinar Series - "Alternative Funding for Small Business During COVID-19 and After" with Priscilla Bea Smith
Lunch with the business advisory experts. Meet the experts live: Peter Towers and Priscilla Bea Smith.

Join our discussion on:
- What alternative funding is available?
- The three new trends in funding for small business.
- How many small businesses will survive after COVID-19 support ends and how we can help?

Dec 2, 2020 11:00 AM in Brisbane

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Speakers

Priscilla Bea Smith
Tax Agent, Senior Accountant, Partner @Cloud Nine Associates Pty Ltd
Priscilla started her accounting career in 1999, achieving a Bachelor of Tax Degree in 2006. Always with her eye on the latest trends in the profession, she is an expert in the 'cloud' systems operation and implementation. Tax Agent at present, after a career built working for several Accounting Firms as a Senior Accountant. Runs her own Accounting Practice and her passion is supporting small business and mentoring young accounting professionals, in order to achieve success. Business advice and tax planning is her strongest skills, achieved in a 20+ year career. Developed 'The Modern Accounting Practice' model with a strong vision of the future, based on innovation, proactive customer service and efficiency in operations. Amongst other talents and passion for teaching, she is a great dancer and an amazing cook.
Peter Towers
Managing Director @ESS BIZTOOLS
Peter Towers is the Managing Director of ESS BIZTOOLS, a company which produces “Business Advisory Services” packagees for accountants, business advisors and consultants throughout Australia. Peter's career includes 23 years as a principal of an accountancy practice, 10 years in commerce (6 years of which as Chief Financial Officer/Company Secretary of a listed public company) and 12 years as a Business Consultant (10 years of which performing a contract role as Business Adviser for the Australian government's COMET [Commercialising Emerging Technology] Programme from 2001 until May 2010, when the COMET Programme ceased).