Monday, 12 March 2012

Penrith. Program could affect service

The state government’s tendering for its new $5 million Small Biz Connect program, to fund small business support services in NSW, could affect the city’s Business Advisory Service operations, according to John Todd, the service’s executive officer. Penrith Valley Chamber of Commerce, CEO, Jill Woods, has urged the government to continue funding the service.

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