Innovation Institute to bring community entrepeneur program to Two Rocks

City of Wanneroo economic development officer Kerrin Leavesley, deputy Mayor Nat Sangalli, Innovation Institute’s Paul Litwin and Sue Dash from Chocolate Drops. Picture: Martin Kennealey.
City of Wanneroo economic development officer Kerrin Leavesley, deputy Mayor Nat Sangalli, Innovation Institute’s Paul Litwin and Sue Dash from Chocolate Drops. Picture: Martin Kennealey.

THE Innovation Institute will take its community entrepreneur program to Two Rocks next month.

Paul Litwin said the success of the program in Girrawheen last year prompted the institute to expand to the Yanchep-Two Rocks region this year.

Mr Litwin said a free, six-week program, supported by the City of Wanneroo, would start at the Two Rocks Library on March 10.

“There is no age limit for participants,” he said.

“Sue Dash from Chocolate Drops will be a business guest presenter at the workshops.”

Participants will learn how to turn an idea into a practical business and build skills to establish a business.

At the end of the program, they will showcase their business ideas at an expo.

The six sessions will be held at the library from 10am to noon on Saturdays.

To register, call Paul Litwin on 0419 952 588 or email info@innovationinstitute.com.au.

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