Business and community leaders will give the local community tools and tips to drive economic recovery at the City of Gosnells’ BiG Business Breakfast on Wednesday 4 November at the Mills Park Centre.

Mayor David Goode urged business owners to attend, saying guest speakers would talk about initiatives to grow our economy, as well as ways to connect to programs, subsidies, grants, training and other support.

“Despite our State’s resilience during COVID-19, there have been economic impacts and this event offers a great opportunity to network and learn how to grow your business.”

Guest speakers include:

  • Senator, the Hon Michaelia Cash, Minister for Employment, Skills, Small and Family Business (via pre-recorded video message)

  • Hon Ken Wyatt AM, Federal Member for Hasluck and Minister for Indigenous Australians

  • Hon Steve Irons, Federal Member for Swan and Asssistant Minister for Vocational Education, Training and Apprenticeships

  • Colin Jorgensen, CEO of Business Station Gosnells

This is a free event, however registration is essential for catering purposes. To reserve your place or find out more, please visit the City’s website or call 9397 3191.

Event details – The BiG Business Breakfast

Date:               Wednesday 4 November

Time:               7am – 9am

Location:         Mills Park Centre (first floor function room) 86 Brixton Street, Beckenham

Cost:                Free, however registration is essential     

Registration:    Click here to register

                        Call 9397 3191 or email          

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