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Woollahra Council | Small Business News

Message from the Mayor

November is Small Business month!

It was great to see the return of Paddo Night Out last Thursday. There were so many people out and about supporting our local businesses and retailers. Congratulations to all the small businesses who participated and to Visit Paddington.

Our small businesses are an important part of any community. I make a regular commitment in my event speeches to encourage residents and visitors to shop local.

As we head towards the end of the year I want to wish you and those who support you all the best. I hope the new year brings you personal happiness, good health and great success for your business.

Here are some great events and resources we wanted to share with you.

Councillor Susan Wynne
Mayor of Woollahra

Free events for small business owners

November is NSW Small Business Month and a number of free events for small business owners are taking place.

Woollahra Libraries is hosting three free events throughout the month, and you can search for more local events on the NSW Small Business website.

For more information about doing business in the Woollahra local area, visit our Business section.

Business Bites: Dare to Lead Like A Girl with Dalia Feldheim

In celebration of Small Business Month, Woollahra Library at Double Bay has invited founder of Flow Leadership Consultancy Dalia Feldheim, to draw on her own extensive corporate leadership experience at a special event.

Dalia has a passion for championing others and enabling organisations to promote a more authentic, happy and psychologically safe working culture.

Dalia Feldheim is a corporate consultant, coach, speaker and author of Dare to Lead Like a Girl: How to survive and thrive in the corporate jungle.  She will share her insights on “how to achieve purpose and joy at work, turning the world of work into a place where empathy, intuition, passion and resilience take their rightful place, where women can lead like women and men can tap into their more feminine leadership traits and dare to lead (more) like a girl.”

Wednesday 9 November
6.30pm-7.30pm,
Woollahra Library at Double Bay
Free Admission, Book here

Small Business Month Webinar: Service NSW for Business

Join staff from Service NSW for Business for an overview of their services. The ‘one front door’ for business owners to access NSW government services, information, advisory and financial support.

Thursday 10 November
1.00pm-1.30pm
Online

Small Business Webinar: One-on-One No Cost Business Advice

Join staff from Service NSW for Business as they guide you through accessing independent, personalised advice and resources to start, run, grow, and adapt your business including support for Women in Business.

Thursday 24 November
1.00pm-1.30pm
Online

Top 5 Reads for Small Business Month

Woollahra Libraries staff have created reading lists of small business-related eBooks, eAudiobooks and hard copies to inspire and educate. These are available to borrow from our eCollection or off the shelf.

Congratulations to our 2022/23 Placemaking Grants Recipients

Council’s Placemaking Grants program is about supporting business to enhance the experience of visitors to our shopping and commercial areas and contribute to them being vital public destinations.

A total of $65,860 was awarded to 12 successful recipients within the Placemaking category (events and activating public spaces).

Visit Woollahra Grants for a full list of recipients and more information on the program.

Powering Wentworth to Net Zero

On Sunday 27 November, Allegra Spender MP – in collaboration with the Smart Energy Council and local councils – is convening Wentworth’s first ever Climate Summit: Powering Wentworth to Net Zero.

Hosted at the newly renovated Bondi Pavilion, this family friendly community event will be headlined by experts and celebrate local organisations championing climate action. The intention of this event is to bring the Wentworth community together to drive momentum to increase local action to address the global climate change challenge.

Connect for Success this NSW Small Business Month

There are hundreds of events available to attend throughout the month. From webinars to workshops, panel sessions to networking, there are sure to be events to suit you and your small business. Some highlights include:  Know How to Kickstart your Cafe (2 Nov – free online webinar) ; Introduction to Business Records (7 Nov – free online webinar) ;  Invite v Hard Sell – what actually works to bring in customers? (14 Nov – free online webinar) and many more.

It’s time to Connect for Success – find an activity and register today.

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Small Business News is a publication managed by Woollahra Council.

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Double Bay NSW 2028
02 9391 7000
www.woollahra.nsw.gov.au

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