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William Gill knows business is all about the numbers

William Gill started his career as a mechanical engineer and quickly moved into sales and marketing, which has since become his passion. However, the lessons learned from engineering taught him that business, which obviously needs to be creative, is ultimately about numbers and cause and effect. In a 40-year career, spanning three continents, he moved from salesperson to management, board roles, and now his own consultancy. Mr Gill has launched several businesses, including the first Australian business-to-business direct marketing company while salvaging and turning around a number of businesses. He has also served on the boards of several companies and… Read more »

Shop owners urged to apply for a slice of Street Appeal funding cake

Businesses in the Ingleburn and Campbelltown CBDs are being encouraged to apply for the Street Appeal shop front improvement grant and book a session with a business advisor before applications close in less than two weeks on Monday, May 30. All applicants are required to meet with a local Business Connect advisor to help them understand the grant process and eligibility criteria before submitting their application. “This is a great opportunity for businesses to make those renovations they may have been thinking about for some time,” Mayor George Greiss said. “This program will not only support small businesses but also… Read more »

David Borger: high flying champion of Western Sydney

David Borger: high flying champion of Western Sydney

Two days ago, David Borger, the executive director of Business Western Sydney, checked out the progress of the new international airport under construction at Badgerys Creek. “Hard to believe that back in 1979 my dad worked on the plans for an airport in Western Sydney at Badgerys Creek and here I am all these years later finally seeing it coming together in reality,’’ Mr Borger wrote on social media where he posted photos of his visit to the new airport. “Can’t wait for the first flights to start in late 2026.’’ he said. A champion for Western Sydney, Mr Borger… Read more »

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Check out government Covid-19 assistance for your firm

Damien Tudehope, the NSW finance and small business minister, will be the guest speaker at an Ingleburn business chamber webinar next week. Mr Tudehope, pictured at right, and Michael Miller, the director of mediation services at the NSW Small Business Commission, will brief chamber members on government assistance being madeRead more »


New Wollondilly website means business

Wollondilly Council has launched a new website focussing on business, investment, lifestyle and tourism in the Shire. The aim is for the website as a place where council can further connect and support local business through the current challenges, as well as promoting the many investment prospects in the area.Read more »

Life begins at the end of your comfort zone

Jay Patel, a Glen Alpine resident and TAFE NSW graduate, has commended TAFE NSW for helping him turn a lifelong passion for photography into a successful career. Jay has worked with a number of high-profile clients including Sony, Nickelodeon, Breitling, Sydney Symphony Orchestra, and the Sydney Opera House.  The 30-year-old discovered an interest in photography at an early age when he was gifted aRead more »


Makeover for 20 shopfronts in Campbelltown town centre

A makeover of shopfronts in the Campbelltown town centre is under way, along with a social media campaign encouraging locals to buy takeaway food during the current lockdown. Twenty businesses in the central business district have been selected to take part in Campbelltown Council’s pilot Street Appeal Campbelltown program, whichRead more »


Top class children’s play area to open at Ed.Square

It will be a case of it’s all happening at Ed.Square in the next few days with the opening of top notch children’s play area on Thursday , new shops and the unveiling of brilliant artwork that pays homage to the history of the site. Boost Juice, Medispecs, The ShedRead more »


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 fromRead 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 theRead 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 withRead more »


Government procurement policy boost for jobs

Small, medium and regional businesses are reaping the benefits of the NSW Government’s Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) and Regional Procurement Policy, with the NSW Government spending more money with SMEs and regional businesses. In the 12 months since the policy commenced on February 1, 2019, spend with regional suppliersRead more »


Hospitality, hairdressers must use Service NSW QR code

Hospitality businesses and hairdressers in Macarthur, along with all others across NSW, are being reminded to download and use the NSW Government’s Service NSW QR code for registrations, or risk serious penalties, with the new rules taking effect from January 1, 2021. The government’s Service NSW QR code system isRead more »

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