Biz Bus Coming to the Central West

Katreena Shelley

 

The NSW State Governments Business Bus is doing its annual rounds around the central west, for its 4th year starting next week.

Small business owners across the region are able to use this bus to receive independent advice from expert business advisers, as part of the business connect advisory program.

The bus in previous years has helped more than 2000 businesses and this year it’s expected nearly 90 percent of participants are businesses who haven’t used the facility already.

The State Government has teamed up with Central N.S.W Businesses to ensure the right information was getting across to locals easier.

Executive Officer of Central N.S.W Business HQ Bruce Buchanan said the bus provides great opportunities for small businesses.

The bus will be in Cook Street Plaza in Lithgow on Tuesday the 24th, Bathurst in Russell Street in front of the Historical Society on the 25th and Orange at the National Field day at Borenore on the 26th.

 

 

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