City of Victor Harbor mayor Graham Philp, Minister for Ageing Zoe Bettison, TAFE SA chief executive Robin Murt, and project manager Bob Goreing at the launch of the mature-aged business program. The program was part of Business WeekVICTOR HARBOR – The inaugural Victor Harbor Business Week has been dubbed a success with more than150 business leaders from Victor Harbor and its surrounds coming together to attend the range of events that celebrated local business.
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A joint initiative of the City of Victor Harbor and the Victor Harbor and District Business Association (VHBA), Business Week ran from September 12 to 16. The event supported local businesses through a program of seminars, mentoring session, workshops and networking events that centred on topics of marketing, taxation, business health and digital applications.

The events were well attended by a range of audiences including seasoned business people, start-ups and those considering starting a business in the region.

“The intent of Business Week has been to provide our many micro and small businesses access to quality information that will assist them in running and growing their businesses,” City of Victor Harbor mayor Graham Philp said.

“I thank all businesses who supported Victor Harbor Business Week events.”

VHBAchair Nick Gormley said therehave beenmany positive responses from members about the range of events that were offered across the week.

“The Victor Harbor and District Business Association look forward to working with the council on future initiatives that support and grow our business community,” Mr Gormley said.

Council also acknowledge the support provided by the various government and local businesses that contributed toward events in the program.

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