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St George Business Chamber Key Initiatives for Local Business

The St George Business Chamber held three key business forums in Kogarah, Hurstville and Mortdale, numerous local business owners attended the forums where key issues were raised during the forums held on the 27th March and 2nd of May 2018, the St George Business Chamber took the opportunity at the forums to announce to the business community two key initiatives that the St George Business Chamber will focus on the next 12 months. “These forums are key to our agenda moving forward and we were very happy with the level of engagement from local businesses, we are very excited to roll out these initiatives said Mr Allan Zreik President, “our mission is to help businesses maximise their potential in the St George Area and to be the voice of small business” added Mr Zreik.

Federal Budget 2018 in Summary- St George Business Chamber

PERSONAL TAXATION

Personal tax rates: staged seven-year reform plan starting from 2018–2019 In the 2018–2019 Budget, the Government announced staged tax relief for low and middle income earners. The Government is proposing a major seven-year, three-step plan to reform personal income tax.

The Hurstville Chamber, Paving the Way

Allan Zreik has seen his fair share of changes in the Hurstville CBD over the last 25 years, but he commends Mayor Hindi‟s $2 million revitalization between Hurstville transport interchange and Palm Court car park, it is good to see works underway with little disruption to the businesses along Forest Road. Mr Zreik said that “our walkthrough committee was set up by the chamber in 2014 and addressed several key area improvements for Forest Road as well as the memorial square and the revitalization is long overdue”

Hurstville Chamber, Supports Small Business Friendly Council Project

Hurstville‟s peak business organisation, the Hurstville Chamber of Commerce, says the State Government‟s adoption of the NSW Business Chamber‟s Small Business Friendly Council idea is a positive move to end the divide between local small businesses and their Councils.

Hurstville Chamber of Commerce, Champions For Business

The Hurstville Chamber of Commerce hard work has been recognised and is a finalist for the prestigious and hotly contested award of Chamber of Commerce of the Year Award 2016, with fierce competition from Bondi and Districts, Double Bay and Coogee chambers of commerce.

HurstvilleWins Chamber of Commerce of the Year

The Hurstville Chamber of Commerce hard work has been recognised and is has won the prestigious and hotly contested award of Local Chamber of Commerce of the Year Award 2016. The glamorous awards ceremony was held on Wednesday 3rd of August at Icebergs of Bondi.

Hurstville’s Business Community seeks a fresh approach

Allan Zreik, has been a member of the Hurstville Chamber of Commerce since 2012, Mr Zreik has been appointed as the new President of the Hurstville Chamber of Commerce, Mr Zreik said “I am very proud to be leading the Hurstville Chamber of Commerce throughout 2015, the Hurstville Chamber of Commerce has a long and proud history since it’s inception in 1920, I’m committed to getting results for members and small businesses throughout our great area, they are the back bone of our community”.

The Hurstville Chamber, Another Milestone

The Hurstville Chamber of Commerce celebrates another big year since its first meeting over 80 years, President Allan Zreik joined the board June 2015, Mr Zreik said “In 2015 I wanted to set the foundations for the chambers future and I am proud to say with the full support of the committee we have achieved our goals”, “ our big goals in 2015 were to see the revitalization of pathways along Forest Road” said Mr Zriek, during 2015 Councilor Con Hindi’s $2 million revitalization between Hurstville transport interchange and Palm Court car park was completed, Mr Zeirk said “our walkthrough committee was set up by the chamber in 2014 and addressed several key area improvements for Forest Road”. “We focused our efforts in 2015 to educate Businesses in the local area on social media and how to effectively run an online business, we organized five successful workshops since June”, Allan also said that “I wrote to Council in August 2015 asking for a commitment from Hurstville City Council to partake in the NSW Small Business Friendly Council Program I am proud to say we achieved that”

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