UPPER Hunter Shire Council and Scone Chamber of Commerce are collaborating for Small Business Month to bring a range of information and services to support and inspire local businesses who have never done it tougher.
From 10.30am on Monday October 26, an Expo will be open in Campbell's Corner, Scone (downstairs) with a range of activities and presenters including:
- Services NSW
- Grant Hartley from Brand Local
- Hunter Region Business - The Hub
- Ash Watt from Why Leave Town - buy local
- Jeremy Fleming from Stagekings
- Jason Chesworth from Hunter Belle Dairy Co
- Upper Hunter Community Services
- TAFE NSW
Special guests that have volunteered their time to participate including Lucy Turnbull (former Lord Mayor of Sydney) and Marty Adnum from Out of the Square Media.
The Expo will culminate in a 'think tank' session from 3pm and local innovators are invited to attend and contribute their ideas and thoughts to initiatives that will make our Shire a great place to live, work, visit and invest.
Access the latest information available for your business and hear an overview of what they can do for your potential business idea, Start Up, or existing business in these unprecedented times following drought and now Covid-19.
Attendance is free. Due to COVID restrictions the events are ticketed.
Register for the day: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/small-business-expo-tickets-125876266301
Register for the think tank: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/small-business-expo-think-tank-tickets-125896061509
The Small Business Expo is funded by the NSW Government to support Small Business Month.