Business in Haymarket_original

Business in Haymarket_original

Haymarket houses the largest group of businesses outside of the Sydney CBD.Employment in the area has grown considerably and since 1996 to 2006, grew from 37,222 to 48,071 employees.

 

Business has seen significant growth and the Haymarket Chamber of Commerce is committed to the continued success of the precinct and has adopted a range of initiatives to assist businesses -

 

  • Networking functions with special guest speakers
  • Membership card to facilitate increased business opportunities
  • Promotion of educational seminars such as Lets Talk Business
  • Promotion of various seminars in relation to trade and export
  • Dissemination of information on business advice, links to useful websites
  • Monthly newsletter updating members on events and projects
  • Information relating to the local business community, consumer data
  • Information on tourism initiatives, statistics and trends

 

Link to other useful business help sites:

 

  • Succeed in Business. Interactive resources, including the small biz toolkit, information to help start, run and grow your business including templates for business and marketing plans and the Stepping Up Mentoring program -www.smallbiz.nsw.gov.au

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  • Tourism Market Information. Keep up to date on the latest news on the domestic and international tourism front, facts and figures, potential partnerships, current campaigns and a wealth of information on visitor markets - www.tourism.nsw.gov.au

 

  • Exporting or Expanding Overseas. Austrade provides specialised assistance to businesses seeking to enter overseas markets. Austrade operates through a global network of offices with representatives in over 100 countries –www.austrade.gov.au

 

  • Retail Information. A member based organisation, the Australian Retailers Association offers an enormous range of services including business advice, business consulting, advocacy and education, and is considered the main voice of the retail industry – www.retail.org.au

 

  • Business Environment. NSW Business Chamber connects thousands of businesses with up to date information on the commercial operating environment and issues that impact on business today –www.nswbusinesschamber.com.au

 

  • City of Sydney. A range of information from building a sustainable business to advice on council and community issues. Also information on the business environment, precinct demographics and statistics, what’s on and much more - www.cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au

 

  • Business Enterprise Centre. Join the small business network and benefit from the advice and support on offer. Resources and mentor programs or upskill through the range of workshops and training programs. Free business listing and business search tool – www.clearlybusiness.com.au