Business Connect helps new Australians bolster NSW’s small business sector
The NSW Government’s multicultural Business Connect advisors are helping new Australians shake up the state’s small business sector as a new report shows high levels of innovation and ambition among migrants.
A different business lens
With a specific client in mind, two filmmakers with oodles of experience formed a production company that specialises in documentaries.
For Flavours Sake
A MasterChef Australia contestant, Michelle Stumpp is Chief Flavour Officer – a title she earned after setting up her own small business ‘For Flavours Sake’.
Graphic designer meets business expert
Graphic designer, Carly Hood talks starting a creative business when you’re not commercially orientated.
Rural tourist business goes digital
With a number of tourism awards under their leather belts, the owners of Eldee Station, Stephen and Naomi, needed help to maintain momentum on their family-run business.
Ship to shore
After realising his idea had legs, Rick Coles approached Business Connect to find a suitable mentor.
A coach for the introverts
Plotting a new course for yourself is not an easy thing, especially if you are an introvert. Thankfully, people like Nicole Turnbull and her business exist.
Never stop learning
With more than 20 years’ experience in personal development training and over 12 years in business, Lisa Gorman was struggling with marketing her events.
The business of beauty
Beauty therapist Lan Hoang was unsure where and how to begin, but attending a 'start a business' workshop helped her realise she needed a plan.
Sacred Spaces discovers new ground
Cynthia Mullholland booked an appointment on the Business Bus on its visit to Singleton to get some guidance on how to propel the business into a new direction.