Welcome to Western Sydney Business Access

 fb tw yt in Instagramlogo 

06 March 2021 Posted by 


Free online courses to help success
SMALL business owners are encouraged to start the New Year with a series of online workshops to help them survive and thrive in 2021.
Minister for Finance and Small Business Damien Tudehope said the free workshops covered a range of topics to help businesses start the year with confidence.
“We know 2020 was challenging and many businesses had to pivot or make changes to their operation,” Mr Tudehope said.
“The NSW Government has support measures in place through Business Connect, including online workshops where you can learn about what it takes to run, adapt or grow your business.
“If you’ve got a business idea or want a side hustle, it’s a chance to stop dreaming and make an informed decision about becoming your own boss.
“January is a great time to attend one or more of these workshops, upskill and get the tips you need to make decisions about the year ahead.”
Mr Tudehope said the Business Connect program also continued to offer free advice to businesses affected by COVID-19, bushfires and drought.
“There are more than 120 Business Connect advisors across the state and they provide independent, tailored business advice, as well as multicultural and specialist support,” Mr Tudehope said. 
“Business Connect received a $39.3M boost in the NSW Budget, representing an investment in the futures of the small and medium businesses of NSW.
“Small businesses are the backbone of their communities and if we support them to stay in business, they will keep people in jobs.”
For information on Business Connect visit nsw.gov.au/businessconnect or call 1300 134 359. For information on the workshops and to book go to https://business-connect-register.industry.nsw.gov.au


Publisher and editor, Michael Walls.
Mobile: 0407 783 413
Email: info@wsba.com.au
Mail: PO Box 186, Kurrajong NSW 2758
Office phone: 61 2 4572 2336

Western Sydney Business Access (WSBA) covers the business and community issues of the Greater Western Sydney region of Australia. WSBA is the popular media source for connecting with the pulse of the region and tapping into it's vast opportunities and networks.