Business Advice and Workshops
Business Local is a free service offering advisory support and workshops to small businesses located throughout Western Australia. The Esperance Chamber of Commerce and Industry is a provider of Business Local - a Small Business Development Corporation service funded by the Government of Western Australia.
Our Business Advisor can offer free* advice and guidance on a range of business matters including:
starting a business
planning for success
marketing your products and services
social media and digital marketing
managing your finances
getting paid on time
Business Local routinely offers workshops to boost skills and help small business owners to make better informed decisions.
*Business advisory sessions are free, however there may be a charge if you receive services not covered by Business Local. You will be clearly advised before incurring any costs.
For further information on additional services offered by the Small Business Development Corporation Service please visit their website www.smallbusiness.wa.gov.au.
Esperance and Noresman Business Local Advisor
Ravensthorpe and Hopetoun Business Local Advisor
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Kylie has a diverse background of experience across a range of industries, both as a small business owner and a Westpac Bank loans officer and branch manager, which followed a lengthy career as a public servant in the military. She understands the importance of timeliness and dependability, and knows how important it is to be supported by someone that truly understands your business needs and challenges- from location to seasons and human resources through to marketing. Kylie is here to support you as your Business Local advisor.
Jayde Guest joined the ECCI team in August 2019. Jayde has worked in various industries including hairdressing, photography, graphic design, marketing and hospitality. The Business Local role gives her an opportunity to share her knowledge with local businesses.
Kylie Taylor and Jayde Guest
Workshops in Action