Podcast Episode

07/09/2021

Tips and Tricks – National Association of Women in Construction #57

NAWIC provides a forum for its members to meet and exchange information, ideas and solutions. We also offer our members an opportunity to expand personal and business networks, maintain awareness of industry developments, improve skills and knowledge and contribute to other women in the construction industry.
14/09/2021

Tips and Tricks – Tradie Insurance with My IS #58

Tradie Insurance options including “Public Liability Insurance” and what it covers. “Product liability Insurance” and why this is also important to consider. “Professional Indemnity Insurance” and the circumstances when you might need this coverage . Understand the other covers that Tradies should consider in their cover including “Tools of Trade Insurance”, “Motor Vehicle Insurance”, “Trailer Insurance”, “Portable electronic equipment insurance”, “Tax Audit insurance”, “Contractors or Risk insurance”, “Personal Accident insurance”, “Workers compensation insurance "and “Cyber insurance”.
21/09/2021

Tradie Tales – RUOK? with Justin Geange #59

Tradies face a range of challenges across their working lives – from job uncertainty to financial pressures, intense physical demands and workplace culture issues. In an industry where stigma is high, these pressures can build up and impact mental and emotional wellbeing for tradies if they don't feel they can talk to others about their struggles. Justin who is a Tradie, a plumber, speaks openly about the experiences and struggles he had back in 2012. This experience led Justin to joining with RUOK? to help others who are needing their story being heard and that it is OK not being OK.
29/09/2021

Tradie Tales – Tradie Websites with Bloomtools #60

We talk all things websites and get to understand what's important to consider in having a really effective website presence. Develop credibility as a business, sharing your expertise, your brand, what you do, where you do it, including the products and services you offer. It is the showcase of your business, sells your story 24/7, creates enquiries and more business. One of the main reasons Tradies should have a website is for your business is to increase your business’ credibility. Having a website is an opportunity to make a great first impression to potential customers and gives them comfort that you're a professional and expert business who can meet their needs.