The City of Subiaco Administration Centre (241 Rokeby Road) is closed due to a fire. Customer Service is now at 19 Bishop Street, Jolimont.
Monday, 20 December 2021

City to help small businesses thrive

The City is helping local small businesses grow and prosper through a new capacity building program with Business Station.
 
The six-month program, Thrive, kicks off in late January and includes support, professional workshops, mentor sessions, accountability check-ins and strategy work.
 
It also gives participants access to digital solutions specialist advice and an individual strategy and action plan.
 
Mayor David McMullen said the program was a great opportunity to help bolster the local economy.
 
“Local businesses are vital to our City and this program will help give our small businesses the support and skills they need to grow and prosper,” he said.
 
“Stronger businesses means more jobs, more local growth and more vibrancy; this program will help make this a reality.”
 
If you’re a Subiaco-based small business looking to take your business to the next level, register your interest before Wednesday 5 January 2022. Eligible businesses will be contacted by Business Station in the New Year. The program is fully funded by the City.

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