Investment Prospectus features the Central Coast

A page from the NSW Investment ProspectusA page from the NSW Investment Prospectus

The Central Coast is the first region listed on the NSW Government’s new Regional Investment Prospectus, according to Member for Terrigal, Mr Adam Crouch.

Mr Crouch said he believed the recently-launched Regional NSW Investment Prospectus could attract national and international investment to the Central Coast. Launched by the Deputy Premier, Mr John Barilaro, the prospectus highlights the benefits and opportunities associated with domestic and international investment across regional NSW. Mr Crouch said the Investment Prospectus was an interactive online tool designed to attract national and international investment in regions across NSW, including the Central Coast. “The aim of this new Investment Prospectus is to highlight to investors the huge number of benefits associated with doing business and creating businesses in regional areas, including my electorate of Terrigal,” Mr Crouch said.

“Indeed, I am very pleased that the Central Coast is the first region listed on the new Investment Prospectus website,” he said. “With our region expected to grow by 75,000 people over the next 18 years, attracting investment is vital to ensuring that the Central Coast community has job opportunities on offer, and becomes an even more vibrant place to live.” Mr Barilaro launched the prospectus in the company of Consuls General and Trade Commissioners from 15 different countries. Mr Barilaro said he was thrilled to launch the website in front of a trade delegation of such size and stature as they toured regional NSW. “We want people from overseas to look at regional NSW and think, what a great place to start or grow a business, and that is what the Investment Prospectus is all about,” Mr Barilaro said. The Investment Prospectus will focus on supporting businesses that are expanding and developing new market opportunities, setting up greenfield operations, or planning to relocate to regional NSW.

Source: Media release, Feb 23 Ben Sheath, office of Adam Crouch

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