Local small businesses can take advantage of high quality business assistance with the arrival of the Small Biz Bus.

Local small businesses can take advantage of high quality business assistance with the arrival of the Small Biz Bus.

Local small businesses can take advantage of high quality business assistance with the arrival of the Small Biz Bus. The Bus will be visiting Blayney, Canowindra, Cowra, Grenfell and West Wyalong giving local small business operators the chance to access personalised advice from business experts 26, 27, 28, 29, 30 September.

NSW Minister for Small Business, John Barilaro, said: “NSW is leading the nation on economic performance and retail trade is a strong part of this story. Through initiatives like the Small Biz Bus, the NSW Liberals & Nationals are supporting small business across the State so we can continue this trend. I encourage small business owners and operators to visit the Bus when it comes to town so we can make sure NSW stays number one.”

NSW Small Business Commissioner, Robyn Hobbs OAM, said: “Speaking to an advisor can help you take the next step, whether you’re just starting out, wanting to ensure your business is sustainable or hoping to grow.”

Small business owners can access the support of experienced advisors on the Small Biz Bus at no cost to them.

The Bus will be at:

  •  Monday 26 September, Adelaide St (opposite Council office), Blayney from 9am to 3pm.
  • Tuesday 27 September, Memorial Park, Gaskill Street, Canowindra from 9am to 3pm
  • Wednesday 28 September, Kendal Street (Skinners Butchery), Cowra from 9am to 3pm
  • Thursday 29 September, Main Street (outside NAB), Grenfell from 9am to 3pm
  • Friday 30 September, Main Street (next to Kristys Cottage), West Wyalong from 9am to 3pm

Bruce Buchanan, Executive Officer of the Central NSW Business Enterprise Centre said “I’m thrilled that the Small Biz Connect Bus is coming to central NSW. The Small Biz Connect program has allowed the BEC to expand its depth of service to existing business, who can now undertake a business diagnostic and benchmark for their business”. “The arrival of the Small Biz Bus is a great opportunity for existing business owners as well as new business intenders to call into the Bus and see the range of services the BEC can assist your business” Mr Buchanan said.

To book an appointment on the Bus or to speak to your local Small Biz Connect advisor, call Central NSW BEC on 1300 134 359 or visit www.smallbusiness.nsw.gov.au.
A special word of thanks is extended to Blayney Shire Council, Cabonne Council, Cowra Council, Weddin Shire Council and Bland Shire Council for their support and for hosting the Small Biz Bus.

The Office of the NSW Small Business Commissioner also helps small businesses by providing low-cost dispute resolution services, speaking up for small business within government and delivering quality business advice through Small Biz Connect.