June 14, 2013
City of Sydney are proud to celebrate our fourth consecutive year of gold sponsorship of Small Business September, run by the NSW Department of Industry and Investment and featuring over 300 events across the state, aimed at helping small business grow.
The sponsorship represents our commitment to supporting the 16,000+ small to medium sized businesses in the City ‘s Local Government Area.
In addition to taking part in the many opportunities available as part of Small Business September 2010, we encourage your attendance at the following events, produced or partnered by City of Sydney:
REGISTRATION: Essential at all events. Some are very popular and book out, so don’t delay.
This year, the program’s launch theme is ‘Man versus machine – should technology be driving marketing?’ hosted by David Koch, which will be held in the newly refurbished Lower Town Hall, proudly opened by the Lord Mayor in March, 2010.
To register or for more information visit: http://events.smallbiz.nsw.gov.au/Events.aspx?eventid=2458
Safety Strategies for Small Business
This session will include presentations that aim to provide small businesses, particularly retailers, with information and confidence to minimise their risk of becoming a victim of crime.
To register or for more information visit: http://events.smallbiz.nsw.gov.au/Events.aspx?eventid=2647
Small, Green & Clean
Small Business September 2010 is promoting more sustainable business practices. This full day event aims to help busineses save money and drive growth, highlighting ways environmental and economic sustainability can help you connect for profit. City of Sydney CEO Monica Barone will introduce the event, covering City of Sydney’s 2030 Plan for a Green, Global, Connected future.
To register or for more information visit: http://events.smallbiz.nsw.gov.au/Events.aspx?eventid=2423
Small Business Book Club – Author Talk – Jon Dee
Small Business, Big Opportunity – Sustainable Growth
Jon’s latest book highlights how small businesses can use environmental initiatives to achieve real dollar savings and a market edge – a must read for small businessowners who want to achieve sustainable growth in their business.
To register or for more information visit: http://events.smallbiz.nsw.gov.au/Events.aspx?eventid=2384
City of Sydney Business Awards Gala Presentation Dinner
Our premier event, the City of Sydney Business Awards are a great opportunity for recognition in industry, community and among customers, suppliers, friends and family for small business. The 2010 Awards finalists have recently been determined and our lucky winners will be announced at this event.To purchase tickets or for further information visit www.sydneybusinessawards.com.au
For information on the myriad of events during Small Business September 2010 visit www.smallbiz.nsw.gov.au.