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Campbelltown City Council puts innovation on the map

07-Aug-2017 15:17 | Tracy Dawson (Administrator)

Campbelltown City Council, together with key strategic partners including the NSW Business Chamber and the South West Sydney Business Enterprise Centre, has developed a business event program aimed at helping businesses grow.

The program calendar, which spans the next 12 months and includes a series of seminars, workshops and capability building programs, encompasses a range of topics suitable for micro, small and medium-sized businesses, or those considering starting a new business.

Mayor of Campbelltown, Cr George Brticevic, said that with the growth forecast for Campbelltown over the next 20 years, Council is committed to fostering opportunities for innovation, leadership and development of businesses within Campbelltown.

“Council recognises the importance of a strong small business sector to the prosperity and vibrancy of our city, and is committed to ensuring local businesses have the support and knowledge they need to succeed,” he said.

“The business event program is part of that commitment, and provides a wealth of opportunities for small business operators to develop the skills they need to thrive. To ensure that even the smallest micro-business can take advantage of the opportunity, the program is financially subsidised by Council.”

The breadth of subject matter is extensive, ranging from social media, branding and all aspects of digital marketing, through to business networking, retail sales, industrial relations and human resources.

Council is also planning a STEM event to drive student interest in these subjects and take advantage of the growing employment opportunities presented in this field.

For more information on Campbelltown City Council’s business event program, visit

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