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Goyder Regional Council to put more support behind small business

business generic.jpgA new initiative of the Regional Council of Goyder is aiming to put more support behind small business.
The initiative called the; ‘Business Breakfast Series’ is hoped to help small businesses network and develop strategies for future growth, producing greater success in the future.
Council Chief Executive David Stevenson says the breakfast is; “an opportunity to get businesses across the region together”, and; “Share ideas about how to best boost the Goyder Economy”, to attract new industry.
The first breakfast: Strategies to Grow Your Local Business, will be held on Friday, August 25, from 7-8.30am in the Regional Council of Goyder’s Burra office, with Guest Speaker Jim Barry Wines Managing Director Peter Barry.

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