Update From Steve
On Monday this week, 7 business representatives from our community attended a seminar presented by Mr Peter Vanzwan from Vanzwan Accounting Plus, Canberra. On behalf of the Chamber I would like to publically extend to Peter our appreciation of his most informative advice on how to best manage our business cash flows during this trying time as well as how we should be structuring our businesses into the future.
The Business Council of Australia have advised me that if any business owners or individuals are seeking accounting/legal/insurance advice that financial assistance vouchers can be accessed through the Chamber. Please contact Steve Owen via email ( email@example.com ) to discuss options.
In addition, financial assistance for those people seeking confidential consultations with mental health experts can also be arranged. Again confidential enquiries can be sent to Steve Owen via email ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) to discuss options.
Sarah Blyton - Economic Development Officer from Snowy Monaro Council has advised me that Facebook have announced a Small Business Package for Jindabyne and Cooma. If you would like to attend please click on the register link below and complete the registration form online.
The Facebook Australia Small Business package includes:
Facebook Small Business Support Specialist - one-on-one business consultation for coaching and advice
- Advertising coupon - $200 AUD coupon to help grow your business
- Free Boost with Facebook workshops - face to face education from the Facebook Australia team
Learn more at www.facebook.com/boost/bushfires
Boost with Facebook Workshops – Jindabyne
Date: Wednesday 11 March: Jindabyne, NSW
Location: Rydges Hotel, 10 Kosciuszko Road, Jindabyne
Rego page here
Small Business Impact Survey
The “NSW Small Business Commissioner” for small business owners in bush fire affected areas have requested businesses to complete the “Small Business impact survey” regarding the impact of the recent fires on their business. If you would like to contribute toward the data gathering of information please follow the link and complete the short survey.
This weekend should see an improved visitation level to the village thanks to the MTB Enduro event being conducted over the weekend. I understand that there are over 350 registered riders competing. Let’s hope they are staying in the village and support your business in some way.
Thredbo Chamber of Commerce