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From the chambers – Digital Training

Hunter Region Business Hub will be running the first of its 2019 workshops for digital business skills next week, Tuesday 12 February, 10am-12pm. Entitled ‘make Google fall in love with your website’ it is designed to give you the skills to attract more customers to your website and ultimately to your business. The HUB will…

Who are my customers and what do they want?

An important element when starting or expanding a successful business is knowing who your customer is and what they want. Many people start or buy businesses without thinking about these key questions, let alone finding answers. If you take the time to research and define who your products or services are aimed at, then you…

From the Chambers – Kurri Kurri Nostalgia Festival

Bringing back the good times… Polish your cars, shine your shoes and get out your best dresses, the Kurri Kurri Nostalgia Festival rock and rolls back into town on the last weekend in March. It’s now been 16 years since the first festival brought the 1950s to life in the streets of Kurri Kurri and…

Business in Profile

Stomp! Wines

Stomp! Wines is a family owned and operated boutique wine company based in Wilderness Road, Lovedale. Their cellar door is a welcoming place for you to visit and owners Michael and Meredith McManus love to share their passion for the craft of wine making. They will explain as much or as little about the process…

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Cessnock City Skills Audit

Cessnock City Council undertook a skills audit in 2018. The aim is for a workforce that is sustainable for the region to meet the needs of our growing industries.

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