Success stories

  1. Edwina Sharrock with family on outdoor lounge

    Tamworth mum swims with sharks

    Tamworth mum, midwife and entrepreneur Edwina Sharrock will pitch her start-up business ‘Birth Beat’ on Channel 10’s Shark Tank series tonight.

  2. Roasted coffee beans

    Coffee-roasting business builds staff satisfaction

    Find out how the multi-award winning coffee-roasting business Fish River Roasters created a solid foundation for their staff after being in business for 11 years.

  3. sheep

    Digital strategy assists legacy of profitable farming

    Bella Lana Merino Stud, a family-run business in Central West NSW, finds its digital voice with help from a Business Connect Advisor.

  4. Harris Consulting staff

    Environmental company with big plans

    Harris Environmental Consulting is a solutions company with big aspirations.

  5. Roast potatoes in pan over hot coals

    Feeding business growth

    The recipe for creating the perfect small business is more complex than it seems, even if you have the skills and drive. That’s where our Business Connect Advisors play a role.

  6. Warwick Behrens

    Artist grand ideas empowered to thrive

    Artist Warwick Behrens had grand ideas for his creative business in Mudgee but required some structure to keep it moving.

  7. Viet BambooZ on stage

    Traditional sounds of Vietnam reach Australia

    Performer Minh Ha wanted to bring traditional Vietnamese music to the wider Australian community.

  8. Naomi Farrelly and Rebecca Morley, owners, Spark CoWork

    Co-work space sparks off success

    Spark CoWork, a new co-working space in Port Stephens, has been carefully incubated through the Business Connect program.

  9. Desiree, owner in Shear Abilities, Maitland

    Conquering financial planning with Shear Abilities

    Desiree’s biggest frustration is seeing people with a disability not being catered for. She set up Shear Abilities to right this wrong.

  10. Joe and Sue Weir of Bimbella Beef

    Beef farmers expand offering

    Beef farmers Joe and Sue Weir have successfully diversified their business operations to meet the seasonal and commodity challenges facing the farming industry.


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