Business in Yarra
Yarra Council is committed to building and supporting a strong local economy that provides for an innovative and sustainable community.
There are more than 13,600 businesses operating within the municipality, making Yarra home to one of the largest economies in metropolitan Melbourne.
Council’s Economic Development Unit aims to support the local business community, enhance and promote the municipality as a visitor destination and foster a co-operative culture within Council in its dealings with the business community.
Business Networking Breakfast - Thursday 20 March
Make connections and meet like-minded local business people at Council’s Business Networking Breakfast.
Guest speaker, Marcus Powe PhD has been coaching business leaders nationally and internationally for 25 years. He uses proven creativity, innovation and enterprise development techniques to help individuals, organisations and communities grow sustainably. As Entrepreneur in Residence at RMIT University, he works with staff, students and alumni to refine and develop their ideas and business opportunities.
When: Thursday 20 March, 6.45am–9.00am
Where: Church 364 (364 Church Street, Richmond)
Cost: $50 per person
Book now! Visit the Brainfood for Business Events calendar or contact Council on 9205 5049 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
BRAINfoodforBusiness - professional development and training
Council offers a range of networking, training and professional development opportunities through its BRAINfoodforBusiness Program.
Visit the BRAINfoodforBusiness Events Calendar to find out about upcoming opportunities.
Newsletter for local businesses
Council sends out a short weekly email newsletter to local businesses, filled with news about local issues and events, and information from government and industry bodies.
If you would like to subscribe to have the newsletter emailed directly to you each month, please sign up online.
Coordinator – Economic Development
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