Building your Credibility for Major Projects
Facilitators: Bettina Venner and Jeremy Satchell on behalf of the Industry Capability Network (ICN) and Kerryn Page of Quisk Design.
A once-only fee of $55 gives full access to all services including:
- One 3-hour workshop
- An additional 2-hour complimentary consulting session following a workshop of your choice.
- Exclusive entry to the Digital Solutions portal to register for webinars and download resources
About This Workshop
Enhance your chances of securing work on a range of South Australian projects by positioning your business as a credible supplier in the supply chain and ultimately win work.
Participate in a 3-hour workshop facilitated by the Industry Capability Network (ICN) and Quisk Design.
The workshop will help you:
- Understand the ICN Expression of Interest process
- Collate an appropriate response to EOI criteria
- Identify your Unique Value Proposition
- Develop a Capability Statement
- Increase your chances of being shortlisted
- Develop your branding and business development activities across multiple platforms
Please note participants will need to bring their own laptop
Owner & ‘Spruiker’
Kerryn is a passionate South Australian, business owner and qualified trainer who has worked in branding and marketing for 12+ years. She has been described as engaging, warming, relevant and
practical; providing education, group training sessions and personalised consultations on topics including branding, marketing and digital media including social media. Since starting the business in 2006 with her husband, Kerryn now co-manages a full team of professionals who partner with businesses of all sizes and within all industries, helping bring their brand to life.
You can read more about Kerryn and what others have said about her role as a Facilitator on LinkedIn. (www.linkedin.com/in/kerrynpagequisk).
Manager Supply Chain Development
Department for Trade, Tourism and Investment,
Bettina Venner is Manager Supply Chain Development, focusing on developing supply chains in the minerals, energy, infrastructure, defence and other industries and leading the Industry Capability Network in South Australia (ICN SA). She has worked as a chemical engineer in the oil and gas industry in South Africa, Germany and Australia before joining government. Her government roles include policy, regulation and economic development.
Linked in profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bettinavenner
Jeremy joined ICN in 2018 after a 13 career in the Australian Regular Army.
As a Royal Australian Artillery officer, he specialised in the delivery of strategic effects, with postings at various units through Australia and operational experience in Afghanistan. This experience saw him undertake several training roles, including on exchange to the Royal Military Academy-Sandhurst with the British Army.
Jeremy is proud to continue to support the Australian Defence Force, albeit from behind the scenes supporting Defence Industry continue to deliver world-class capability to our troops. Within ICN he is responsible for supporting the Defence Primes identify Australian suppliers, in addition to supporting local SMEs with their respective business development activities.