Find business inspiration at the Workary networking breakfast

Published Monday, 24th June 2019


The Workary is inviting businesspeople to its free Business Networking Breakfast on Thursday, 27 June to listen to guest speakers, network and find inspiration from peers.

Fairfield City Mayor Frank Carbone said 27 June was Micro-, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (MSME) Day.

“Council is helping small business, local entrepreneurs and business start-ups by providing resources through Whitlam Library Cabramatta and its new business dedicated space, The Workary,” Mayor Carbone said.

“I encourage local businesspeople to come and celebrate all that they do for the economy and the community at the Workary on MSME Day.

“This is a great opportunity for businesspeople to meet others facing the same or similar benefits and challenges of starting up or running an MSME,” Mayor Carbone said.

“I understand how hard it can be for small business owners to make a successful living – the long hours, getting adequate finance, constantly coming up with fresh ideas.

“But there are benefits – the satisfaction of doing it your way, of being able to support your family and quite often other families with jobs – making something bigger than yourself and supporting the economy and community.

“Networking and talking to others can give you insights on how to do things better, help to overcome challenges or come up with mutually beneficial partnerships in your business.

“I encourage you to come listen to our knowledgeable guest speakers, meet other businesspeople and enjoy a free breakfast.”

Places are limited. Register to avoid disappointment. Phone 0436 928 843.

Guest speakers

Rebecca Di Noia, Business Connect Advisor at Western Sydney Business, and Multicultural Business Advisors Khalid Sawalha and Jolie Linh Nguyen from the Community Resource Migrant Centre.

When:            Thursday, 27 June, 8am-10am

Where:           Workary at Whitlam Library, Level 1, 165 Railway Parade, Cabramatta

MSMEs are the backbone of most economies worldwide. They make up more than 90 per cent of all firms and account for about 70 per cent of total employment.

The Workary is a free coworking space in the heart of Cabramatta for business start-ups and entrepreneurs that need office space and offers free shared work areas, Wi-Fi, lockers, meeting rooms, expert business resources and referral, seminars and workshops, and an onsite cafe.