The Tri-meridian Team closed the Adelaide Office early and headed toward the South Coast last Thursday 26 September 2013.

At the invitation of Olga Kostic, Business Development Manager for Regional Development Australia, Adelaide Hills, Fleurieu and Kangaroo Island we delivered a 3 hour Seminar entitled “Gaining Momentum”.  “Gaining Momentum” is the second Seminar in the Business Roller Coaster Series.  It is directed toward Business Operators who have been trading for between 1 – 5 years.

Three presenters covered 9 key topics intended to help business owners pre-empt and safely navigate through the broad range of legal issues that are likely to emerge at this stage of the journey.  Those that attended appreciated the opportunity to ask lots of questions and receive information and resources directly relevant to their particular circumstances.

We understand that different information is needed at different stages of the Business Journey and so we have a Seminar aimed at each of the 6 main stages of the Business Journey from “Starting Out” through to “Ending on a High”.  The titles and an explanation of each stage and Seminar is found on our Website.  Click on the “Service” Tab and then “Business Solutions”.

If you feel that one of our Seminars would benefit you and your business (or alternatively your organisation or community group) please contact us by sending an e-mail to with the name of the Seminar you are most interested in attending in the subject line and we will send you details of the dates and venues where we will be delivering that Seminar next.


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