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EXPO: Genevieve Spence of the BusinessActivitySpecialist and the Bathurst Business Chamber’s Emma Hancock are looking forward to Tuesday’s Bathurst Small Business Expo. Photo: PHILL MURRAY 070915pgeniThe Bathurst Business Chamber will be holding a Small Business Expo on Tuesday to provide not only a networking opportunity for business owners, but a chance for members of the public to discover what some of our wonderful local businesses have to offer.
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The function will be held at the Bathurst Convention and Function Centre on Tuesday, July 14 from 6pm-8pm.

Bathurst Business Chamber PR and marketing co-ordinator Emma Hancock said 27 local businesses have signed up to host the evening.

They will each have a table with information on the products and services they offer.

She said 80 people have already indicated their intention to attend the Small Business Expo.

The businesses which will be represented on the night include financial planners, accountants, website designers, candle makers, BAS specialists, tourism providers and photographers. Some have shopfronts while others are home businesses.

“It’s all about promoting small businesses and what they offer, while giving people the opportunity to network, meet new people and explore cross-promotion opportunities,” she said.

There is no cost to attend the expo, but the Chamber would like people to RSVP for catering purposes. Food and drinks will be provided on the night. Those interested in attending can RSVP by going to the Bathurst Business Chamber website 梧桐夜网bathurstbusiness南京夜网419论坛 and clicking on the Events heading.

Ms Hancock said the Business Chamber provides business owners with a place to get together and meet other businesspeople.

She said it allows them to create new opportunities for their business and project a positive business image.

“The Chamber organises business expos and other kinds of events which provide great networking opportunities,” she said.

“We are the facilitators of the Crowe Horwath Carillon Business Awards.

“In essence, we are the heart and soul of the business community,” Ms Hancock said.

The Bathurst Business Chamber has 200 small, medium and large member businesses.

Subscriptions are $175 for the financial year, which gives members access to the very popular Business After Hours functions, held on the second Tuesday of every month, and the Reliance Business Consultation, held on the fourth Tuesday morning of each month.

“These activities provide local business owners with useful information to help them grow and promote their business,” Ms Hancock said.

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