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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Mogo Village Business Chamber gathers businesses and leaders together to progress

The Mogo Village Business Chamber invited over 50 local Mogo business owners and community leaders to gather at the Tomakin Sports and Social Club this weekend as part of Small Business Month in March to support local Mogo businesses with practical business advice and the opportunity to network after many months under COVID restrictions.

The event was also attended by Fiona Phillips MP, Member for Gilmore and Eurobodalla Deputy Mayor, Cr Alison Worthington.

Chamber President Richard Adams was also duly recognised and thanked for his untiring efforts to advocate and advance Mogo businesses to a strong and more prosperous future. 'It's through events like this that our village community become better connected and we share our knowledge to push forward together' Richard commented, encouraged by the strong attendance at the event.

Mogo Village Business Chamber will soon launch a new website to showcase the best of Mogo Village's food, shopping and holiday experiences to reflect the unique character of Mogo Village, which has experienced significant growth in visitation in the wake of the Black Summer bushfires.



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