International Women’s Day Spotlight on our Working Women – Shannae HewettMarch 9, 2021
What I love about being on the Ceebeks Team…
The main thing I love about being on the Ceebeks is the friendly and caring environment to work in. We all enjoy our work so it is a special place to be.
In my view, what’s different about Ceebeks compared with other firms is……
Ceebeks is a much smaller firm which means we know our clients a lot more personally and they aren’t just number to us. Our clients can be confident in knowing that we are available all the time not just when things go wrong. We are here to help people and make their lives a bit easier and less stressful.
What I love about my role is?
Working in the front reception has been great as I get to greet new and existing customers as they walk in through the door. I love being able to set the tone for their visit.
International Women’s Day Spotlight on our Working Women – Angela Tirabassi
Office Manager & Para Planner, Certificate 4 Financial Services, Diploma of Business & Certified Xero Advisor
What I love about being on the Ceebeks Team…
In my view, what’s different about Ceebeks compared with other firms is…
We know our customers intimately. We keep on top of our customers non-work related activities too, so we know when their footy team wins or when their children start school etc. Our customers know we care, not just about their business but about their personal lives and families too!
What I love about my role is…
Something most people don’t know about me is…..
I am passionate about Blood Donation! It is one service we can all do – and it costs us nothing but time. However each donation can save up to 3 lives. I’ve made over 50 donations to date!
Lismore’s Ecostainable Wins Australian Small Business ChampionMarch 2, 2021
Ecostainable’s founder, Karen Saunders, put the small South West town of Lismore on the map Saturday night when she was awarded Champion Environmental Business at the Australian Small Business Champion Gala Dinner and Awards Ceremony in Sydney.
Recognised as the ‘Oscars’ for small business, the Australian Small Business Champion Awards is the only national recognition program for Australian Small Business.
The unexpected win was ‘awesome recognition’ for Karen’s passion, dedication, commitment and hard work in building Ecostainable to where it was before COVID hit.
Thankfully, due to great customer support and an extensive and trusted range of products, COVID has only been a hiccup in Ecostainable’s growth.
Karen has had great plans for 2021, she is back doing her regular markets, working hard on maintaining Ecostainable’s excellent customer satisfaction, and expanding the services offered in our Lismore store.
Karen is also actively seeking her first casual employee, and if you or anyone you know is interested, please email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
National Centre for Farmer Health | Research Assistant for Rapid ReviewFebruary 23, 2021
WE ARE HIRING AGAIN! – Level 2 Service Desk EngineerFebruary 11, 2021
COVID-19 Testing Survey for the South WestFebruary 2, 2021
Some local people have recently received an SMS inviting them to part of a survey on how attending the COVID screening clinics has affected them. It is not a scam!
Researchers want to understand how people have coped before, after and whilst waiting for their COVID-19 results. To study this researchers from Federation University, Western District Health Service and South West Healthcare are collaborating to conduct the study.
The study is voluntary. It uses a completely anonymous online survey that will not take more than 20 minutes to complete. People who are 18 years and older and attended either the Drive-through COVID-19 Clinic at Hamilton Base Hospital, WDHS, Hamilton OR, Respiratory Assessment Clinics South West Healthcare, Warrnambool will be contacted by SMS. It will not take more than 20 minutes to complete and will be running until Feb 28, 2021.
Get to know your local RFCS
Confidential, free, independent & invaluable business support for #StrongRuralCommunities
The government-funded RFCS has operated nationwide for 35 years in 2021, providing free business support to primary producers. The RFCS now also supports rural and regional small business owners experiencing or at risk of financial hardship, or just navigating the challenges of operating after drought, bushfire or COVID19.
RFCS WSW is your local provider with counsellors working across Victoria’s western region.
Rural financial counsellors and small business financial counsellors are based in the regions they work in, and understand local conditions and communities.
RFCS WSW takes a holistic approach to financial counselling. A well-being in business program ensures anyone working with a financial counsellor is fully supported.
Call directly or refer a client, patient, friend or neighbour.
Chasing the Dream! Magazine Issue 2 is available NOWJanuary 20, 2021
Council’s Love Local campaign launches!December 3, 2020
Council’s new ‘Love Local’ campaign aims to support you – our small businesses, to not only survive, but thrive in recovering from the pandemic.
Encouraging residents and visitors to spend locally, the campaign will include a range of marketing activities including digital and print advertising, social media and radio promotions. A series of consumer competitions are also planned, as incentives to buy local.
How can you get involved?
Council has developed a range of promotional materials you can use/display to participate in the campaign and competitions. A campaign flyer to hand out to shoppers is attached to this email, while a ‘business kit’ which includes handy tips for local businesses can be downloaded from Council’s website at Moyne.vic.gov.au/lovelocal
As a business owner, if you would like to contribute to these future competitions – such as shopping vouchers, discount offers or two for one offers – please contact Council Business Recovery Officer Everard Himmelreich on 5568 0592 or at email@example.com.
We need Community Champions! Join our Primary Producer Knowledge NetworkDecember 1, 2020
We are looking for people passionate about supporting mentally healthy workplaces for Victoria’s farming and fishing communities.
Community Champions will be provided with online training about the Primary Producer Knowledge Network (PPKN) along with a communications pack to share information about the project. Do you have strong networks with primary producers? We have an exciting opportunity for you to make a real difference as part of our PPKN Community Champions.
Read more & apply: CLICK HERE