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Online toolkit for local small businesses aiming up

Online toolkit for local small businesses aiming up

Many local small to medium businesses, whether they are starting up or well established, are unclear on how they can build their business by securing a contract to supply their goods or services to large companies or government. The process can seem daunting and it can be difficult to know where to start. But now there is help at hand for such businesses. The Australian and NSW governments, Australian Industry Group (AiGroup), Regional Development Australia (RDA) Sydney, Western Sydney Business Connection, Western Sydney Business Chamber and the Industry Capability Network (ICN) NSW have partnered to develop and produce a Western Sydney procurement toolkit…. Read more »

Think before you post on social media

Think before you post on social media

  What we post on social media can sometimes have serious consequences. Marsdens Law Group lawyer NEVINE YOUSSEF offers some advice on when it may be better to bite your tongue. Often social media platforms such as Facebook are used to vent and express our feelings. It can be an almost cathartic experience. This can be especially true when you are going through a difficult divorce or breakup. But is it wise to post such things when family law proceedings have commenced? Before hitting post on anything it is important to consider do you really need a social media account… Read more »

Bigger, better Megacenta has new name: The Grove Homemaker Centre

It has been trading for 18 years as Megacenta and in that time it has become almost a household name as the must visit homemaker centre in the south west Sydney region. The complex along Orange Grove Road at Liverpool has recently undergone a total refurbishment giving it a smart new look. Along that have been the addition of new shops. So now it has also got a brand new name. It is now called The Grove Homemaker Centre. Situated within The Grove Liverpool precinct, The Grove Homemaker Centre is home to more than 20 of Australia’s leading homemaker retailers…. Read more »

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Western Sydney procurement toolkit

Online toolkit for local small businesses aiming up

Many local small to medium businesses, whether they are starting up or well established, are unclear on how they can build their business by securing a contract to supply their goods or services to large companies or government. The process can seem daunting and it can be difficult to knowRead more »

Social media

Think before you post on social media

  What we post on social media can sometimes have serious consequences. Marsdens Law Group lawyer NEVINE YOUSSEF offers some advice on when it may be better to bite your tongue. Often social media platforms such as Facebook are used to vent and express our feelings. It can be anRead more »

Angus Taylor with Mt Annan Quality Butchers owner Robert Mills, left, who supports lower company taxes.

Lower company taxes best cut of all, says local butcher

Butcher Robert Mills is one of the local business owners who have given the thumbs up to the Turnbull Government for cutting company tax rates. Mr Mills, who owns and operates Mt Annan Quality Meats, said the tax breaks would have an immediate effect. “Any assistance us small business ownersRead more »

Mayor George Brticevic speaking at an Ingleburn chamber function last year.

Ingleburn chamber members to get mayoral view on future

Campbelltown mayor George Brticevic will be the guest speaker at the next meeting of Ingleburn chamber of commerce. It’s expected Cr Brticevic will give an overview of the future of the Ingleburn central business district. The dinner meeting will be held at the popular main street café, Teo’s on Oxford,Read more »

Nevine Youssef, Family Law accredited specialist

Don’t forget to pack holiday travel consent for the kids

Holiday travel consent for children – don’t forget to pack that too, writes Nevine Youssef, Family Law accredited specialist and partner at local firm Marsdens Law Group: Everything’s packed? You’re ready to go?  Family is excited?  Plane tickets?  Permission from the other side in relation to travel arrangements for theRead more »

Tara Ladd from One & Only

MACROC survey: what does the Macarthur business landscape look like

The Macarthur Regional Organisation of Councils (MACROC), in conjunction with its member councils, Camden, Campbelltown and Wollondilly, have commissioned respected market research company IRIS Research to conduct a survey of businesses in Macarthur. The survey is being undertaken as part of the economic development activities of each council in aRead more »

backtobizweek

Workshops for local businesses to focus on online marketing skills

Campbelltown City Council has joined forces with the NSW Department of Industry to run business workshops later this month. The aim of the 2017 Back to Business Week workshops is to provide small businesses owners with useful tips on growing and developing their business. Back to Business Week runs fromRead more »

Get creative after shopping at Fashion Spree to win.

Get creative with selfies to win at Fashion Spree

Fashion Spree is just about the coolest place to shop in the south west region. It’s an elegantly designed retail centre that makes shopping a real pleasure. It also has some of the biggest names in men’s and women’s fashions, home products, sport and accessories. Now Fashion Spree is alsoRead more »

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