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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Free business health check to safeguard your success

In a fast-paced and ever-changing business landscape, staying ahead of the curve is crucial for growth and success.

To maintain momentum, entrepreneurs and business owners can book in for a free business health check on Wednesday 12 July.

Service NSW’s Business Connect and Enterprise Plus has teamed up with Eurobodalla Council to make sure local businesses stay focused and thrive. “It is important to regularly assess the health of your business to respond to opportunities and prevent potential pitfalls,” Council’s economic manager Teresa Lever said.

“We’re seeing a change in economic conditions and want to make sure businesses know where to put their time and energy when reviewing their business plans.”

Ms Lever said a business health check is a one-on-one session with an independent business advisor who will share knowledge and tools to safeguard your enterprise.

“It’s a great opportunity to understand your businesses strengths and identify any weaknesses that should be addressed,” Ms Lever said.

“We want to talk to business owners to assess any vulnerabilities, minimise risks and find a fix so businesses stay healthy.”

Ms Lever said specialist help is never out of reach.

“The health check can be a great starting point to get in touch with industry specialists,” Ms Lever said.

“From digital development, such as website or social media, to marketing or infrastructure, the business advisor can help you find the right person to speak to.”

Ms Lever said the sessions are confidential and run for 45-minutes.

“These sessions are part of the NSW Business Connect Program, which offers every business eight hours of free support,” Ms Lever said.

“Start-ups are also welcome to book a session.”

Ms Lever said business health checks will roll out to other parts of the shire, depending on interest.

Register for a free business health check at Batemans Bay via Eventbrite. For more information email

Above: Belinda at Eurobodalla Workwear and Embroidery started up her small business last year. She made the most of the Business Connect Program, meeting with a business advisor and social media professional for free.


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