17 January 2019
Regional Development Australia Orana Director Megan Dixon is happy to welcome a new face in the office with Central NSW Business HQ setting up in Wingewarra St.
"I am very pleased that Biz HQ are now able to bring their low-cost advice, support, digital advisory services and training for small to medium businesses to a greater part of the Orana region," Mrs Dixon said.
"Until now Biz HQ have been operating out of Orange, Bathurst and Mudgee so I am delighted RDA Orana could provide the space for a Dubbo based office," Mrs Dixon said.
Central NSW Business HQ CEO Wayne Sunderland said "we offer a range of services for free or as little as $25 to the business community including mentoring, training, digital marketing, educating and assisting businesses become NDIS ready."
"We will be running three programs for businesses throughout western NSW over the coming months include: Business Connect, New Enterprise Incentives Scheme (NEIS), Australian Small Business Advisory Services Digital Solutions (ASBAS)," Mr Sunderland said.
Business Connect is a dedicated and personalised NSW Government program that provides trusted business advice to help start and grow businesses successfully.
NEIS provides accredited small business training, business advice and mentoring for eligible job seekers who are self-employment as their best options.
ASBAS Digital Solutions program offers advice on topics such as websites, online sales, social media, digital marketing, using small business software and online security and data privacy.
For more information on upcoming programs in the Orana region go to www.becbiz.com.au