Jobs Drive exceeds target of 100 workers

THE Eurobodalla Jobs Drive at the start of the week had just exceeded its target of finding employment for 100 locals with the tally at 122.

LATEST WORKER: Narooma resident Anne Kennewell, who after a significant period of unemployment has now obtained a job in marketing and promotion at the Tuross Head Country Club.

LATEST WORKER: Narooma resident Anne Kennewell, who after a significant period of unemployment has now obtained a job in marketing and promotion at the Tuross Head Country Club.

The Jobs Drive is an initiative of the Department of Employment who is working with local employment agencies and employers to get 100 people into work.

One of the successful job seekers is Narooma resident Anne Kennewell, who after a significant period of unemployment has now obtained a job in marketing and promotion at the Tuross Head Country Club.

Annette is going to be a busy lady as she has also been selected to participate in the Camp Earth Hour project at the Heron Island Research Station being organised by the World Wildlife Fund on May 30.

She was selected for being a leader in the Earth Hour community and a leader on Climate Change action in Australia.

And closer to home, Annette will be a presenter at Eurobodalla Shire Council’s Marketing Basics Workshop tomorrow Thursday, May 8, that has been designed to help local operators develop practical strategies that will help their business grow.

Annette has broad experience in sales and marketing and will provide examples of marketing goals and objectives and show various product and distribution strategies.

She will also talk about the best way to price products or services and the many different ways to promote them.

The free Marketing Basics Workshop is tomorrow from 6pm to 9pm at the Moruya Golf Club.

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