St George Business Chamber launches its winter business workshops and events

11/05/2017

The St George Business Chamber is set to unite local business people through a series of informative workshops and networking events taking place over the next few months.

Georges River Administrator John Rayner said the events will focus on practical topics such as business and WHS compliance, Federal budget and business taxation, as well as provide opportunities to meet other local business people through networking breakfasts.

“The upcoming workshops aim to educate local business people about important elements of commerce that are imperative to be up-to-date with, in order to maintain a sustainable business,” he said.

“Chamber networking events are a fantastic platform to share ideas, passion and initiatives with other like-minded businesses, as well as receive updates on business matters important to the Georges River area.

“All events are free and there will an opportunity to join the St George Business Chamber on the day.”

UPCOMING ST GEORGES BUSINESS CHAMBER EVENTS:
BUSINESS COMPLIANCE AND WH&S
WHEN: 7.30- 9.00am, 23 May
WHERE: Club Central, 2 Crofts Avenue, Hurstville

BUSINESS NETWORKING BREAKFAST
WHEN: 7.30 – 9.00am, 30 May
WHERE: Club Central, 2 Crofts Avenue, Hurstville

FEDERAL BUDGET AND BUSINESS TAXATION
WHEN: 7.30 – 9.00am, 20 June
WHERE: Club Central, 2 Crofts Avenue, Hurstville

AFTER HOURS NETWORKING DRINKS
WHEN: 6.00 – 8.00pm, 25 July
WHERE: St George Leagues Club, 124 Princes Hwy, Carlton

BUSINESS NETWORKING BREAKFAST
WHEN: 7.30 – 9.00am, 22 August
WHERE: Club Central, 2 Crofts Avenue, Hurstville

Mr Rayner said the St Georges Business Chamber is an excellent opportunity to promote your business, network with others and increase your reach within the community.

“The Chamber's activities will lead to further economic growth and help encourage a healthy and thriving business sector that provides the community with potential employment opportunities in the Georges River area,” he said.

“Council is committed to supporting local business and is providing funding and support through access to Council’s economic development programs, communications, networks and venues.

“The Chamber is a voice for local businesses, and I encourage all local business people to get involved.” For more information, or to make a booking, contact St George Business Chamber Treasurer Tony Baddour on email tony@elitefinance.net.au or via 0422 275 815.

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