Business Mentoring

Business Mentoring

Frankston City Council is offering businesses based in Frankston City free mentoring with business experts across a variety of disciplines.

Business Mentoring Program

Business mentoring will be held through a digital platform or face to face (pending restrictions at the time), and as agreed by the business operator and the mentor.

Council has an experienced panel of business mentors with a variety of specialty in business proprietorship. Each business will be matched with one of our expert coaching panel based on their specific business query.

Eligibility

To be eligible your business must be located within Frankston City.

Charges

This is a free service to businesses operating within the Frankston City municipality. Two x 1 hour mentoring sessions will be provided free of charge to each eligible business.

Bookings

 

Privacy Statement

The information that you provide to Frankston City Council and the Business Coach will be treated as commercial-in-confidence. Your contact information will only be used by Frankston City Council to communicate its business programs. No information identifying you or your business will be provided to any third party unless required by law. No data identifying a client or their business or details about their business has been, or will be, sold to third parties whatsoever. Before joining the Frankston City Council Small Business Coaching Program, all coaches must sign a strict confidentiality clause. 

Liability Statement

Frankston City Council business coaches deliver general coaching support to small businesses as experienced business people who endeavour to help small businesses to start-up, thrive and survive. The coaching supplied is to provide expertise, alternative views and guidance across a variety of business areas.  Frankston City Council business coaches are operating in an advisory capacity only and do not decide the direction for the business.

The information provided is general in nature and does not take into account your personal situation. You should consider whether the information is appropriate to your needs. The advice has been prepared without a deep understanding of your circumstances and financial situation. You should, therefore, consider the appropriateness of the advice.