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A Bonanza of Prizes on Offer for Supporting Local Businesses

Times have been tough over the past couple of years for businesses and our community has been through it all with the fires, floods and COVID-19. However, one hugely positive outcome from all this is our unrelenting community spirit. We can do anything when we work together. In our efforts to stimulate the economy, Cessnock…

Sponsorship program awards $126,100 to support local business

Cessnock City Council is supporting local business through the annual Economic Development Grants and Sponsorships Program awarding $126,100 to support local business and stimulate economic growth. The program offers funding to Advance Greater Cessnock Partners, this includes business chambers, tourism bodies, training providers and community organisations. Council has approved funding for twelve applications. Cessnock Chamber…

New program empowering small businesses

Cessnock City Council is delighted to support the Hunter Region Business Hub and Australian Small Business Advisory Service’s Digital Solutions Program under the Advance Greater Cessnock banner to bring this opportunity to our businesses. The Digital Solutions Program is a new Australian Government initiative empowering small businesses across the Hunter Region to make the most…

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Coutts Lawyers and Conveyancers

Coutts Lawyers and Conveyancers is a powerful female founded law firm with a core value system that puts people first and is a multi-award winning Law firm. The Hunter Valley based office is a specialist firm with over 35 years’ experience in local government and planning law. Coutts brings a personal approach to the law…

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Business Study

Three in four Cessnock businesses intend to expand or grow in the next two years according to the Business Capability Study 2019. 713 Businesses were surveyed to better understand industry and businesses in the city.

Skills Audit 2018

Two out of five businesses in Cessnock City said they were experiencing skills shortages in our comprehensive Skills Audit conducted in 2018.

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