Sales Manager - Victoria - Dynamic Business Technologies

National IT Support Provider continues Victorian Growth

Microsoft partner Dynamic Business Technologies (DBT) has acquired Melbourne-based Connect.

This acquisition gives us a further presence in Victoria adding a Melbourne CBD location to our Regional VIC presence in Hamilton. DBT specialises in Microsoft cloud solutions like Azure and and the 365 modern workplace. Connect’s team of three primarily focused across the dental and medical industry.

As a result of the acquisition, Connect founder Mike Collishaw will be joining DBT as the general manager for Victoria.

“COVID-19 has rapidly accelerated the growth of the modern workplace for small and medium businesses across Australia and as a Microsoft partner we’ve been able to help our customers on that journey” managing director of DBT Nathan Franks said.

“Partnering with Connect will allow us to better support our customers in Victoria and grow into the region, expanding on our current presence in Hamilton.”

“Among our network, DBT is a highly regarded partner in the Microsoft community, so the partnership was a no-brainer” Collishaw said.

Read more here

Economic Development - Moyne Shire Council

Applications for the Moyne Business Facade Program are now OPEN!

Council is excited to introduce the Moyne Business Facade Improvement Program – offering local businesses a facelift to the tune of $5,000 – increasing the appeal of local streetscapes and encouraging capital investment in Moyne’s town centres.

The grants are provided on a $1:1 basis of up to $5,000 for businesses to do work on shop fronts or to their business premises.

For further information and full eligibility details, criteria and guidelines please contact the Economic Development Team on 1300 656 564 or visit:

Online Communications Coordinator - National Centre for Farmer Health

Scholarships now OPEN to study Agricultural Health and Medicine (HMF701 )

This year the National Centre for Farmer Health is releasing its BIGGEST SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES EVER to support rural professionals in post-graduate study that can truly assist them in making a difference. Over $15,000 in scholarships are available to rural professionals from across Australia and the globe to study Australia’s only Agricultural Health and Medicine course.

Study with us in 2021 and be part of the next wave of rural professionals who collaborate, inspire and lead their communities to improve health, wellbeing and safety. More than ever, farming communities need rural professionals working with them who understand the health, wellbeing and safety challenges of farmers, agricultural workers and their families.

Applications close November 1st 2020 so apply online now: CLICK HERE

General Manager - Seacombe House

Stay 2 nights, get the 3rd free!

Seacombe House in beautiful Port Fairy boasts a range of alternatives to suit ‘your style’ of holiday.

For a limited time, we are offering stay for 2 nights, get the 3rd night FREE! This offer is only available over the phone, so call us today and don’t miss out!

We have special rates for corporates, short and long term stays – the longer you stay the cheaper the rate.
Contact us to Book Direct & Save.

We look forward to having you stay with us and appreciate your support…travel safe!

Online Communications Coordinator - National Centre for Farmer Health

Rural communities lead new suicide prevention effort

Media Release: Rural communities lead new suicide prevention effort

People living in farming communities across Victoria’s Great South Coast have a new opportunity to help prevent suicide in their communities. Deakin University’s National Centre for Farmer Health—with funding from the Great South Coast Suicide Prevention Place Based Trial—have recently launched MH4Ag—a project working closely with people in farming communities to develop new ways to improve mental health and prevent suicide.

MH4Ag is currently calling for community members to contribute their experiences to help inform project development. People who have experienced depression or psychological distress, those who have cared for or provided support for people with depression or psychological distress, and community members who want to help address mental health issues in rural areas are encouraged to participate.

Read full Media Release: CLICK HERE

Read more about Mental Health 4 Ag: CLICK HERE

Sales Manager - Victoria - Dynamic Business Technologies

National IT Support Provider is growing local presence

Dynamic Business Technologies (DBT) is proud to announce its newest employee James Kruger.

James is a well-known Hamilton local, having worked for other IT Service Providers in the area previously and the last few years was at the Southern Grampians Shire Council. James joins Mark Lantry in our regional Office based in Hamilton.

Hamilton this gives us the perfect central location to support businesses across the wider region.

We currently service the following areas.

  • Hamilton
  • Dunkeld
  • Stawell
  • Horsham
  • Ararat
  • Portland
  • Warrnambool
  • Mt Gambier

This gives DBT a total of 22 Staff between NSW & VIC currently supporting clients from 5 Users up to 800 Users Nationally.

With a focus in the Microsoft 365 platform and Microsoft’s Azure Cloud Platform, We have seen strong growth during the COVID-19 Pandemic. We have helped numerous businesses adapt Cloud technologies to enable a more seamless work from home strategy. DBT also does traditional IT Support (Managed Services) for Servers & Desktops along with Hardware Sales.

If your business has any IT Requirements, feel free to reach out on 1300 799 094

Head of Community & Customer Success - Localised

You’re invited to our first Localised Meetup!

If you run a business in the Great South Coast then you need to come to our first Localised Virtual Meetup!

Meet new people, make business connections and introduce yourself and your business in a Lightning Pitch (only 20 seconds!)

Guest speaker: Chris Beks, Founder & Director Ceebeks Business Solutions for GOOD.

Chris will share some insights from his latest book ‘Chasing the Dream! How to Grow a Business in These Amazing Times’ and gives a practical demonstration of the true power of synergy when a business focuses on 4 key areas.

Head of Community & Customer Success - Localised

TAKE YOUR BUSINESS ONLINE | Get ready to launch your business online

Moyne Shire Council is hosting a FREE digital workshop that goes right back to basics, to help you make informed choices about websites, social media, search engines and online advertising.
Build your understanding through practical exercises and real-life examples, including:
?‍?online advertising
?‍?search engines
?‍?social media
Details: Bookings are essential. Spaces are limited. ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣
Date: Monday, 31 August 2020⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣
Time: 1pm – 3pm ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣
⁣Hosted by Moyne Shire Council in partnership with Small Business Victoria
Head of Community & Customer Success - Localised

Free tickets to 2020 Regional Growth Summit

After the success of the Marketing Entourage Regional Growth Summit in May, WCC is providing free tickets to businesses and professionals in the Warrnambool region as part of their COVID-19 response.
This one-day virtual summit on September 2 is based on the ‘teach, not tell’ philosophy, where you can hear from other businesses who have used strategic thinking, technology and marketing as an enabler to create positive change in their business.
Use the code “WarrnamboolRGSPass” when signing up to access your free ticket ?

Online Communications Coordinator - National Centre for Farmer Health

#SnapshotRuralVic – A new project from the National Centre for Farmer Health

#SnapshotRuralVic wants to experience your story, whether it be through photos, videos, poetry or even a song if you so desire! We want to focus the spotlight on you, so we can share in the highs and lows of rural life and hopefully feel a little less isolated and more connected to your community.

This campaign is an exciting step in a new direction for the National Centre for Farmer Health as we turn to social media to connect farmers, creators, thinkers and makers from all over the state.  While we might be distanced socially, we want to repair these connections using the universal platform of social media. From photos to memes, Tik Tok’s and haiku’s, we want you to embrace your creativity and in the hopes of making another person laugh, cry or cringe in solidarity. Your imagination will be rewarded with a weekly prize, with the winner chosen by your peers.

This campaign will run from August to October, with submissions being featured daily on Instagram and Facebook, as well as in the National Centre for Farmer Health eNews and website.

Read more and get involved on our website