MIND YOUR BUSINESS: Hairdresser is on the move after 13 years

ON THE MOVE: Bizzi Scizzors owner Lynn Bowman at her business. Photo: JUDE KEOGH 0312jkbizzi1
ON THE MOVE: Bizzi Scizzors owner Lynn Bowman at her business. Photo: JUDE KEOGH 0312jkbizzi1

Some businesses move overseas or interstate or to the next city.

But one of Orange’s longest-running hairdressing businesses, Bizzi Scizzors, run by Lynn Bowman has moved just a few doors up the same arcade.

It is a significant move for Mrs Bowman and her three staff as it brings her to the end of 13 years in the previous location.

“It’s a bigger space, with a lot more room,” she said of her new premises in The Plaza off Anson Street.

“I’ve been in business for 23 years at the end of this month.”

She said hairdressing was competitive in Orange and there was currently a shortage of trained hairdressers in the city.

The business is open every day except Sunday.

NEW BOSS: Orange-based Toby Mendl has been named as regional manager for Central NSW for Rabobank.

NEW BOSS: Orange-based Toby Mendl has been named as regional manager for Central NSW for Rabobank.

NEW REGIONAL ROLE FOR BANKER

Orange-based banker Toby Mendl has been appointed the new regional manager for Central NSW for Rabobank.

Mr Mendl was formerly the branch manager for Orange and Forbes.

It will mean the family man will now spend much of his time travelling around the state for the food and agribusines bank with a patch now extending from Bega to Walgett and the Liverpool Plains.

“There is plenty of optimism prevailing in agriculture, particularly in central NSW, signified by the activity in land acquisition and strong property values with the area renowned for its agricultural productivity and diversity of agricultural enterprise,” he said.

“We are lucky to have a great mix of experience in the team, from seasoned bankers with 20 years’ experience to recent university graduates.”

VISITING: IPWEA CEO John Roydhouse addresses a regional forum ahead of Orange's turn next Monday.

VISITING: IPWEA CEO John Roydhouse addresses a regional forum ahead of Orange's turn next Monday.

PUBLIC WORKS CONFERENCE APPROACHING

Council and public works engineers, works managers, supervisors and technical staff are invited to a one-day regional forum in Orange next Monday, March 19.

The Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia [NSW] runs regional forums annually.

CEO John Roydhouse said the all-day program provided expertise and updates on industry trends and the chance to network with peers.

It is at Racine Restaurant from 8.30am and dinner is included in the fee of $210 for IPWEA members and $250 for non-members plus GST.

Go to www.ipwea.org/nsw for more information about booking for the forum.

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