Connect your Business Locally

Liverpool City Council recognises the importance of generating investment and employment growth for Liverpool. We also want to connect you locally to other businesses, so that the city grows and prospers as a whole. This directory provides information about some of the local networks you can join to help grow your business.

  
 Business.gov An online resource, business.gov.au provides access to key government information, transactions and services. The website is a whole-of-government service providing essential information on planning, starting and running your business.
  
   The Australian Business Licence and Information Service The Australian Business Licence and Information Service helps in finding government licences, permits, approvals, registrations, codes of practice, standards and guidelines to meet compliance responsibilities.
  
ICN 

The Industry Capability Network NSW is a business network that offers tailored Australian procurement solutions through a personalised consultancy service. Their role is to find suppliers and service providers who are best equipped to meet the requirements of hundreds of projects across Australia and New Zealand.

  

LBEC

The South West Sydney Business Enterprise Centres is a not-for-profit community service provider of small business support services in the Liverpool, Campbelltown, Camden and Wollondilly regions of South West Sydney.

They provide small business operators access to guidance and information services, training, networking and events that will not only grow their personal development, but will assist their business along their pathway of success.

 
LCCI 

The Liverpool Chamber of Commerce & Industry is an organisation of business and professional leaders, whose purpose is advancing the economic, industrial, professional and civic welfare of the Liverpool Local Government Area and surrounds. 

Chamber membership offers excellent benefits to business, including networking opportunities, regular newsletters and events, business showcases and more. The Chamber keeps small business in Liverpool on top of local developments, as well as state and federal legislation.

  
NSW-Trade-amd-Investment 

The NSW Department of Industry, Skills and Regional Development (known as the NSW Department of Industry) leads the state government's contribution to making NSW:

  • a fertile place to invest and to produce goods and services, and thereby
  • create jobs and opportunities for our citizens

They support all areas of economic activity where NSW has competitive strengths. They also have responsibilities for:

  • skill formation and development to match industry demand
  • partnering with stakeholders in stewardship and sustainable use of the state's natural resources; and
  • supporting economic growth in the regions.

They deliver a wide range of training and specialist advisory services; and help to secure efficient and dependable government decision-making that contributes to business confidence.

  
SWNG 

The South West Networking Group is a not-for-profit organisation made up of individual businesses with the goal of growing their business through networking and referrals. Business referrals are the heart of their activity, exchanging business among themselves and promoting business opportunities for one another every day. Aside from referrals, SWNG members gain a better understanding of businesses in general through member presentations, as well as on-going training and development through external trainers and presenters. The Liverpool chapter meets every Wednesday morning for breakfast.

  
TAFE-SWSi 

TAFE NSW - South Western Sydney Institute actively services the workforce development needs of a wide range of businesses and industries, ranging from some of Australia's largest companies to medium and small enterprises and government departments.

  
 Training Services NSW  in the NSW Department of Industry is responsible for government-funded vocational education and training (VET) in NSW. It is responsible for the implementation of funded programs, including Smart and Skilled, apprenticeships and traineeships and adult and community education. It undertakes contract management of approved Smart and Skilled training providers and implements quality assurance and performance monitoring to achieve the best possible outcomes for students.
  
 Business Connect aims to support small businesses to startup, create jobs through growth, help established small to medium enterprises (SMEs) become sustainable and increase business confidence across NSW.
  
 

Jobs for NSW is a private sector-led and NSW Government-backed initiative which aims to make the NSW economy more competitive and help create new jobs. Proposed new allocations from the fund are considered by the Jobs for NSW board before being presented to the Minister for Industry for a final decision.

Last updated on 2017-11-28AEDT09:37:35+1100