Solving problems success stories
Tamworth & Kootingal Horse Riding Adventures ▪ Mulla Creek
Working in isolation can be challenging, especially when you want to grow your small business. Jason contacted Business Connect to bounce ideas off another commercially focused person.
The Saddle Camp ▪ Southern Tablelands
The owners of The Saddle Camp knew they needed to make some hard decisions to get their small business through New South Wales’ prolonged drought.
Archbold Design ▪ Googong
After paying too much for a patent and not understanding the process, artist Alison Archbold asked Business Connect for help.
Natural Pet Pantry ▪ Lismore
Recovering from a natural disaster can seem impossible for a small business, but Jeanette, owner of the Natural Pet Pantry, already had a secret weapon on call.
LaVida Bar and Restaurant ▪ Lismore
When the Lismore floods hit, new owners Karen and Kevin from LaVida Bar and Restaurant needed confirmation that their business could succeed.
Kenvale College ▪ Randwick
Kenvale College was in danger of being disrupted by the light-rail project, but Business Connect helped them plan to avoid any woes.
Illawarra Taxi Network ▪ Wollongong
Business Connect’s service helped grow John Megas' business by 30% and give John and the board confidence in preparing the strategic vision for the company’s future.
Business wearable art sales lift via online platform ▪ Surry Hills
Without a strong online presence, Mami Watta Collections wasn’t sustaining business. Business Connect helped build an online store, which increased sales by 610%.
Restaurant recovers coming out of Lismore flood ▪ Lismore
After the 2017 Lismore flood, Business Connect helped Chris, owner of the Little Delhi restaurant, get his business up and running again and also update his operations.