NSW Business Chamber Workplace Updates is a free seminar series open to WBAC members providing business advice and assistance on complex workplace laws.
The next local seminar takes place in Macquarie Street on Wednesday, October 12 and is suitable for anyone responsible for the supervision of employees and wanting to better understand liabilities involved with employee behaviour outside the workplace.
The countdown to the 2016 Arts Table on Tuesday, 8 November has begun! Get in now to secure tickets at the event’s famous, long degustation dinner table.
This year to commemorate the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death, the Arts Table theme “If Music Be the Food of Love,” is a fitting preamble to what promises to be a wonderful night out.
WBAC’s next member networking event is on Tuesday October 25th previewing the Langham Sydney’s new dining experience, Bistro Remy.
Guest will be treated to a tasting menu representative of Bistro Remy’s quality fare - put together by the venue’s classically French trained chef, Dave Whitting. Complimenting food is a selection of Hand Picked Wine’s latest, quality releases on-pour during proceedings.
Working closely with the Orange Business Chamber, ‘Brand Orange’ is an independent, non-profit organisation promoting economic and tourism development, strategic marketing and community benefits to NSW’s Orange region.
Established in 2007 and with more than 200 business members, Brand Orange is tasked with promoting Orange to continue to grow its appeal to visitors as a place to live and work as well as to encourage investment and economic diversification.
The City recently completed a draft strategy to encourage visitors along the harbour’s foreshore - The Cultural Ribbon; Sydney’s nature and culture walk. The proposal outlines a nine kilometre walking trail from Pyrmont to Woolloomooloo and until September 19 is open for public comment.
WBAC members can access a number of free or low cost business products and services through the NSW Business Chamber. In this issue we highlight one - Business Propel’s suite of online recruitment articles and tools.
Moving half way across the world and opening a second salon in Walsh Bay with an exclusive French approach are business milestones Marie-France Barget is proud of. But what really drives the owner of Marie-France Group is a passion to help people put their best self forward.
“At the age of 30 I moved to Australia, with the idea of creating an innovative hair and beauty brand. I wanted to start a business that was different to the one my parents created forty years earlier. I wanted a business where I was not the face of but behind a brand that emphasised the concept of team – this is why I chose the brand name 'Marie-France Group,' says Marie-France.