A West Gosford small business which launched earlier this month is set to hire out mobile skip bins across the region, after receiving tailored advice through the NSW Government’s Business Connect program.
Minister for Finance and Small Business Damien Tudehope visited Too-Me Skip Bins during a visit to the Central Coast on October 28 and said owner Brandon Toomey established the new business after reaching out to the program.
“After discussing the idea, the Business Connect advisor helped establish a business plan and clear vision on the way forward,” Tudehope said.
Owner Brandon Toomey said the Business Connect team had been incredibly helpful helping him work on budget sales forecasts and build key relationships within the industry.
“My Business Connect advisor Peter and the team have also been fantastic helping me with the early stages of setting up the business,” he said.
“I look forward to maintaining the relationship and building with them into the future.”
Parliamentary Secretary for the Central Coast and Member for Terrigal Adam Crouch, who accompanied Tudehope on his visit, encouraged other businesses to get in touch with Business Connect.
“Having faced the triple whammy of fires, floods and COVID-19, we know that local businesses are incredibly resilient, and the NSW Government wants to do everything possible to support them,” Crouch said.
“Business Connect is an important tool for business owners, and whether you own an established business looking to grow or adapt or have a business idea that is yet to launch, support is available.”
Business Connect has more than 120 advisors who can support businesses with practical advice and connect them to other relevant Government support.
Free advice is available for businesses affected by COVID-19 and/or bushfires.
Media release, Oct 28
Parliamentary Secretary for the Central Coast, Adam Crouch