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Gabogrecan the Presenter

Barbara (centre) speaking in Japan with Chinese and Japanese translatorspresenter.jpg at the MCEI World Congress

Barbara is in high demand as a speaker, both in Australia and overseas. She speaks on micro business topics (eg marketing, networking, e-business etc) and is a motivational speaker for youth, the micro business sector, corporate Australia and the Government.

Gabogrecan “is an excellent lecturer, presenting information and processes simply and clearly. She is also in the unique position of having experienced all aspects of ‘creative’ development, product diversification, marketing, pricing, etc.”
Carol Maveric Cultural Planner City of Darebin

“At the seminars Gabogrecan ran for us, the “participants ‘caught’ much of her positive energy (and) were given solid and real information about the nuts and bolts of starting out on their own. She was businesslike and professional throughout. She speaks the ordinary person’s language with a wonderful sense of humour”.
Sr Mary-Louise Petro MD Sisters of Mercy Training Centre (Sydney)

“Gabogrecan’s presentation was lively and factual...we intend inviting Gabogrecan again, and can highly recommend her lectures”.
Elaine Milne Head of Art and Design, Barton College of TAFE

Gabogrecan makes “an interesting key speaker for graduate NEIS participants, to anyone preparing to open their own micro business, or to those already involved in a micro business. I would (also) like to recommend the Micro Business Network to you”.
John Gunn Manager of First Place Business Directions (Government)

BG and Mayor of Ararat.jpg Barbara with the Mayor of Ararat and business person at a breakfast meeting where Barbara spoke on the 'Magic of Marketing'

Barbara was a ‘bush kid’, being brought up in rural NSW and completing her primary education by correspondence. Her secondary education was completed in the rural township of Wauchope. After her training to be a teacher in Sydney, Barbara spent part of her teaching time in the rural NSW schools of Kendall and Port Macquarie as well as the Victorian school of Benalla. She also has brought her business workshops and seminars to rural Victoria.