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Wednesday, 09 March 2022

Helping local businesses thrive in 2022

The City knows local businesses are the heart of any vibrant community and successful economy which is why it provides an array of tailored support measures to ensure they thrive.

This year, the City has added an exciting program for small businesses, is strengthening relationships with business owners, and is always working on exciting projects to help Subiaco flourish.

Thrive program

This six-month capacity-building program aims to help local small businesses grow and prosper. It includes workshops, mentor sessions and strategy work, and gives participants access to specialist advice on digital solutions and an individual strategy and action plan.

It’s run by the experts at Business Station and is fully funded by the City.

If you’re a Subiaco-based SME looking to take your business to the next level, register your interest for potential future programs like this one by emailing ecodev@subiaco.wa.gov.au.

Strengthening relationships

While the City is always on the ground engaging with and talking to our businesses, this year we’re working on strengthening those relationships further through a series of intimate events.

The City has started running engagement forums to connect business owners with key City representatives and with each other, and to deliver the latest updates on events, projects, developments and initiatives.

Most importantly, the forums also give business owners the opportunity to give the City their feedback, ideas and comments directly, enabling us to better support them and the vibrancy of Subiaco.

The City is continuing to conduct one-on-one sessions with new and existing businesses to ensure they remain informed and supported.

Find out more about business support and events.
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