August 30, 2019

BizMonth is back in Bathurst

BizMonth is an initiative of Bathurst Regional Council which highlights the importance and diversity of local businesses. Bathurst has a thriving business community that continues to grow and provide a valuable contribution to the region’s economy. Throughout September a series of events will be held for businesses and members of the community to gain new insights, ideas and connections. The Events Program includes a number of highlights: 

The Rotary Club of Bathurst Inaugural Corporate Great Duck Race 

When: Sunday, 16 September, 12pm

Where: Bicentennial Park

Cost: $300 per duck

Get involved – your business or organisation might just be The Top Duck of Bathurst! The winner will receive an awesome trophy, $1000.00 advertising in Bathurst City Life and select the local charity that will receive the funds raised.

2018 Peak Connect Carillon Bathurst Business Awards – Finalist Night

When: Tuesday, 18 September, 5.30pm – 8.30pm

Where: Bathurst RSL Club Auditorium – 114 Rankin St, Bathurst

Cost: Free

Hosted by Bathurst Business Chamber, finalists will be announced and recognised for all categories in the 2018 Peak Connect Business Awards. Bring along your team and celebrate business excellence in Bathurst.

BizMonth Business Lunch with David Koch

When: Wednesday, 26 September, 12 – 2pm

Where: BMEC, 105 William St, Bathurst

Cost: $65 per ticket (includes lunch)

Bathurst Regional Council’s 2018 BizMonth Business Lunch proudly sponsored by Commonwealth Bank will feature David Koch, co-host of Channel Seven’s Sunrise Program and expert business commentator.

An Evening with Kate Carnell – Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman

When: Thursday 27 September, 5.30pm – 11pm

Where: Mayfield Garden – 530 Mayfield Rd, Oberon

Cost: OBTA Member – $60, BBC Member – $60, Non OBTA or BBC Member – $70.

The Bathurst Business Chamber and Oberon Business & Tourism Association invite you to an evening with Kate Carnell, Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman, at the beautiful Mayfield Garden. The evening will provide guests with an opportunity to hear from Ms Carnell, as well as network with business professionals from the Bathurst and Oberon regions. On arrival guests will be treated to a drink in the Wood Fire Garden, followed by dinner in the picturesque Nursery Gallery.

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