Fair a chance for Bunbury business to update knowledge

Stuart McGuckinSouth Western Times
Bunbury Geographe Chamber of Commerce chief executive Mark Seaward talks about the small business fair with Procare Locksmiths co-owner Joanna Clement and Bunbury Central's Tian Pomaybo.Picture: Stuart McGuckin
Camera IconBunbury Geographe Chamber of Commerce chief executive Mark Seaward talks about the small business fair with Procare Locksmiths co-owner Joanna Clement and Bunbury Central's Tian Pomaybo.Picture: Stuart McGuckin

New and established businesses in Bunbury will have an opportunity to brush up on all the incentives and funding programs available to them at a small business fair.

The Quality Hotel Lighthouse will host the fair that has been organised by the Federal Government on Friday.

Procare Locksmiths co-owner Joanna Clement said she wanted to explore what support was available for small businesses like hers at the fair.

“We need to keep up-to-date with what is available,” she said.

“Legislation is always changing so we don’t want to be missing out.”

Ms Clement opened Procare Locksmith in Dunsborough six years ago but moved to Bunbury’s CBD a little more than a year ago.

“I’ve found the more you learn, the more places you can find to cut back and become more efficient,” she said.

“It’s a never-ending cycle of always looking at where your money is going, who is looking after you and who offers the best advice.”

The fair runs from 11am to 7pm.

For more information and to register to attend go to www.jobs.gov.au/small-business-fair.

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