Meet our Entrepreneurship Facilitators – Business LEAP Gympie

22 March 2021

Jason Virtue is one of the two Entrepreneurship Facilitators at Business LEAP in Gympie, primarily servicing the South Burnett region.

Jason has a wealth of knowledge and experience acquired through his own experiences in business. He has worked with hundreds of individuals to help them to grow sustainable and viable business operations.

As an Entrepreneurship Facilitator, Jason strives to encourage business owners to lead healthy and fulfilling lifestyles and to pursue their passions. He believes that one on one mentoring is critical for all businesses to achieve positive outcomes and is committed to helping new and existing businesses achieve their full potential.

Jason is available to help local small business owners to either start-up a new business or reach the next level in their existing business.

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