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BUSINESS CONNECT SPECIALISTS PROVIDING TAILORED SUPPORT FOR SMALL BUSINESS

BUSINESS CONNECT SPECIALISTS PROVIDING TAILORED SUPPORT FOR SMALL BUSINESS

Small businesses across NSW will continue to receive expert, independent and personalised advice to boost their operations following the announcement of 10 specialist service providers for the following three years as part of the Business Connect program.

Small Business Minister Eleni Petinos said that Business Connect, a dedicated NSW Government program that provides advice, events and resources to small businesses to help them start, run, adapt and grow their operations, has provided an invaluable service to the NSW business community since its inception in 2017.

“Business Connect has helped more than 44,000 businesses since the program first began in 2017 and it’s fantastic that these services will continue for a further three years,” Ms Petinos said.

“The program is unique in that it provides personalised and tailored support to individual small businesses on matters ranging from marketing, social media, business planning, sales strategies and adopting digital tools.

“Following a challenging couple of years due to events such as the pandemic and the recent floods, the Business Connect program is more important than ever.

“I look forward to the 10 service providers announced today continuing to help NSW small businesses boost their operations over the coming three years.”

Following a call for suppliers in November, a panel of 10 service providers has now been formed to deliver support to the Business Connect program from today through to June 2025.

Organisations selected to deliver Business Connect services to June 2025 are:

  1. NORTEC
  2. The Business Centre
  3. Central NSW Business HQ
  4. Southern Region Business Enterprise Centre
  5. Western Sydney Business Centre
  6. Epiphany Group
  7. Realise Business
  8. Creative Plus Business
  9. Community Migrant Resource Centre
  10. NSW Indigenous Chamber of Commerce

For more on Business Connect go to: www.nsw.gov.au/businessconnect

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