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Eat street the delicious new hub of Ed.Square town centre

Eat street the delicious new hub of Ed.Square town centre

Ed.Square – South Western Sydney’s new shopping, entertainment and dining hub – is inviting everyone to check out the eat street and join in plenty of family fun and events in the new town centre. And by collecting their free foodie passport available in participating stores, visitors can choose from an amazing culinary selection of cuisines from around the world, with fantastic specials on offer. Once they have their foodie passport stamped three times by redeeming three special offers across participating stores, customer are eligible to go into the barrel draw to win a year of movies at Ed.Square Town… Read more »

Selling goods and services to the government

Business owners, industry groups and members of the public are encouraged to have their say on how to make it easier for small, medium and regional businesses to sell goods and services to the NSW Government. Minister for Finance and Small Business Damien Tudehope said the consultation would assist the NSW Government in a number of areas including the NSW Small Business Commissioner’s work to support small businesses in tendering for government work, a new $5 million program announced in November as part of the NSW Budget. Mr Tudehope said the NSW Government wanted to do more business with SMEs,… Read more »

Local hotels offered grants for energy saving projects

Grants of up to $25,000 for energy saving projects are up for grabs for small and medium hotels to help them lower their power bills. Federal member for Hume Angus Taylor, pictured, whose electorate includes a substantial part of the Macarthur region, says hotels, motels and serviced apartment complexes with up to 99 rooms will be able to access grants of up to $25,000 for energy-saving projects. Mr Taylor, who is also the Morrison Government’s energy and emissions reduction minister, says there will be at least 400 grants on offer as part of the $10.2 million hotel energy uplift program…. Read more »

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Charisma is a business asset

Nathy Gaffney is a personal impact expert. She specialises in areas such as charisma, presentation skills and social intelligence and their role in business. On top of that, Nathy Gaffney has more than 20 years experience as a professional ”voice user” – singing, stage and presenting – and teacher. SheRead more »

Needs a circuit breaker: Queen Street, Campbelltown.

Campbelltown pushes for growth

Campbelltown Council says it has continued to work with key business districts to encourage fair and convenient access to restricted parking spaces, and to promote business growth. With an unemployment rate of 7.9, which is one of the highest among councils similar to Campbelltown around the edge of the SydneyRead more »

Bryan Doyle

One stop government shop here is a top notch idea

Bryan Doyle has welcomed the decision by the NSW Government to locate a Service NSW one-stop shop in Campbelltown. ‘‘I have been determined to have a Service NSW one-stop shop located here in Campbelltown. This is great news for the people of Campbelltown and the surrounding district,” the state memberRead more »

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Liverpool mayor Ned Mannoun guest speaker at networking event

The networking groups of Liverpool (ConnectFX, 4N, BNI, SWNG, SWSBEC Liverpool, Humanize and Liverpool Chamber of Commerce) with the support of the NSW Business Chamber and Liverpool City Council, have combined forces to present Networking@night. Liverpool mayor Ned Mannoun will be a special guest speaker and he will provide a brief update aboutRead more »

Social Media Etiquette

Slipped up on social media?

Learn what social media etiquette is and why you should be concerned with it. How many times have you seen it. Someone doing something just plain stupid on their Facebook Profile or Instagram account? The whole mentality of “it’s my personal profile” not my business is flawed. I know IRead more »

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