Raymond Terrace Business Breakfast April 2013

TUESDAY 9th April 2013

7 AM


Small Biz Connect Program

41st Indigenous Rugby League Knockout


Quanita Chivers, Senior Business Advisor and Trainer, Hunter Business Centre

Justin Ridgeway, Manager, Kuppoondee Community Services and Worimi Dolphins Coach


Members $20

Non – Members $25


Motto Farm Motel, Pacific Hwy Motto Farm

SPONSORED BY: moultrie and Port Stephens Council

Small Biz Connect


41st Indigenous Rugby League Knockout

moultrie and Port Stephens Council welcomes you to the April networking breakfast.

This month we will hear from two  great speakers each presenting opportunities for businesses and the community.

The Small Biz Connect program links you, as a new or existing small business owner in the Port Stephens area, to your local business advisor by providing a series of one-on-one advisory sessions designed to help you achieve your business goals. The program begins with an initial one hour appointment to discuss the current position of your business, followed by a 2 hour appointment, to take a deeper look via a Diagnostic Tool process. The final 2 hour appointment reviews these results and the information is used to create your business action plan to support your business goals. The program is fully subsidised by the NSW Small Business Commissioners Office under the Small Biz Connect Program – So you guessed it, it will be at no cost to your business.

Justin has had an illustrious career in Rugby League and the NSW police force. He is the coach for the Worrimi Dolphins and he will be speaking about the up and coming Indigenous Rugby League Knockout which will again be held in Raymond Terrace this year . A great opportunity for business to get on board and support this event for Raymond Terrace.