FRASER Coast businesses wanting to showcase their products and services are being encouraged to get involved in the inaugural Fraser Coast Business Expo next month.
The expo will be held at the Beach House Hotel in Scarness on Thursday, 29 July.
The event will run from 2pm to 7pm.
Fraser Coast Deputy Mayor Darren Everard said small and medium-sized businesses will be able to showcase their offerings at the expo.
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People who attend will also be able to access information on business assistance, services and products available to help their companies grow.
“It is one of a number of initiatives being rolled out under the Fraser Coast Regional Council’s $500,000 COVID-19 Economic Stimulus package.
“Council is determined to do what we can to assist businesses to grow our local economy, keep people employed and create new jobs.
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“Other initiatives in Council’s COVID-19 Economic Stimulus package include grants for shop front revitalisation and to help businesses obtain financial advice, a business summit headlined by David Koch and a face-to face survey.
“It’s all about building better communities together,” Cr Everard said.
The Fraser Coast Business Expo is free and there will be no charge for businesses to set up a display.
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Businesses interested in staging a display at the expo to promote their company, services or products can register, here.
For more information contact event organiser Sharon Philp on 0404 192 600 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.