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11 Aug 2016

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Driving entrepreneurship

Weighing up your performance levels? Want to start something new? Still waiting for that big idea?

Well if you’re wondering where to go or whom to seek support from in taking that next step, there is no need to look further than new local business coaching foundation Zapata.

The new foundation has been established with a passion for supporting new entrepreneurs in their quest for success and making a difference in the lives of others.

Founder and Southbank resident Daniel Zapata said the initiative was based on a vision of making a positive impact on the market where all different kinds of entrepreneurs received recognition for their abilities, skills and talents.

“Everything starts when dream and will meets experience and vision,” he said. “We start small, step by step and keep growing and developing our initiatives to the point where we make our purpose a living reality.”

Zapata was established when a group of industry professionals teamed up to mentor and coach aspiring entrepreneurs and professionals to help them reach their goals.

Mr Zapata said he believed that everyone’s ultimate goal lay within reach and that his foundation’s message was about helping people realise their own individual greatness.

“Yes, it is possible to create anything you want. It is happening here, right now and you don’t need to look somewhere else,” he said. “I believe that entrepreneurship is a great path for people to become better versions of themselves.”

“Zapata is meant for everyone. We support you and work with you united as a community to create your own experience and live your own journey.”

Zapata runs a series of regular events and workshops, which feature a range of different business lessons, exercises and discussions with presentations from a host of different industry experts.

Mr Zapata invited anyone in need of some inspiration or motivation to find that “big idea” to join the Zapata experience.

To find out more information about workshops and events visit www.zapata.org.au or search Zapata on Facebook and Instagram.

For more information email

info@zapata.org.au

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