THE Small Biz Connect bus rolls into Orange on Thursday.
With small businesses the target, the Small Biz bus will be stationed at Robertson Park on Thursday from 9am to 3pm.
Just one of six venues the bus will visit across the central west over the course of the next week, Central NSW Business Enterprise Centre executive officer Bruce Buchanan says the arrival of the Biz Bus is an opportunity too good to miss for small business owners and visionaries alike.
“I’m thrilled that the Small Biz Connect Bus is coming to towns across our region,” Mr Buchanan said.
“The Small Biz Connect program has allowed the BEC to expand its depth of service to existing business, who can now undertake a business diagnostic and benchmark for their business.
“The arrival of the Small Biz bus is a great opportunity for existing business owners as well as new business intenders to call into the bus and see the range of services the BEC can assist your business with.”
The bus will be visiting Canowindra, Orange, Lithgow, Cowra, Grenfell and West Wyalong, giving small business operators the chance to access personalised advice from business experts from May 28 to June 4.
NSW Small Business commissioner Robyn Hobbs said the Small Biz bus is a great initiative.
“I encourage small businesses to make the most of this opportunity,” she added.
“Speaking to an advisor can help you take that next step whether you’re just starting out, wanting to ensure your business is sustainable or hoping to grow.”
Small business owners can access the support of expert advisers on the Small Biz bus at no cost to them.
The Office of the NSW Small Business Commissioner also provides dispute resolution services helps small business within government.