Having small business drive local communities and supporting them to succeed is behind the new initiative of the Regional Council of Goyder – the Business Breakfast Series.
Chief executive David Stevenson said the council wanted to help smaller businesses continue to prosper in the region.
“Council understands, that in this difficult economic climate, it is even more important to support businesses in our region to thrive and grow, and the Business Breakfast Series will help them network and develop strategies for future growth,” Mr Stevenson said.
“We see an opportunity to get businesses across the region together, and share ideas about how we can boost the Goyder economy, and attract new industry.”
The first breakfast, Strategies to Grow Your Local Business, will be held on Friday, August 25, from 7am to 8.30am in the Regional Council of Goyder’s Burra office.
Guest speaker will be Jim Barry Wines managing director Peter Barry.
Mr Barry has overseen a major expansion of the winery over the past three decades which has seen the company distributed to more than 25 countries.
“Council is excited to work with our inaugural speaker. Peter Barry is a leader in his industry, who will inspire us all, and impart sound strategies for our operators to grow their local business,” Mr Stevenson said.
“The breakfast is open to all business people and is an opportunity to network with fellow business people, and discover what support is available from the council and its partner organisations, while enjoying a breakfast at no cost to the business.”
For more information or to book contact the council office on 8892 0100 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.