Helping overseas-born business owners become more successful

3 June 2014

People seated in an audience.

A series of free seminars are being held this month for small business owners from the Indian, Chinese and Korean-speaking community to learn more about the range of services offered by the NSW Government.

Almost one third of NSW small business operators were born overseas (32 per cent) and the NSW Government, through the Office of the NSW Small Business Commissioner and NSW Trade & Investment, is committed to helping these small business operators become even more successful.   

These services are tailored to help people with many aspects of business; including how to establish, run and grow a business, how to get into exporting, and how to resolve retail leasing disputes.  

The Office of the NSW Small Business Commissioner is also developing a range of multilingual resources to assist multicultural small business owners.  

Interpreters are attending the sessions as well as NSW Small Business Commissioner, Robyn Hobbs and members of the NSW Multicultural Business Advisory Panel.  

For further information and to register contact jess@culper.com.au