By actively supporting small businesses, NSW is now leading the nation.
This strength, built on the hard work of small business owners and their staff, funds the roads, rail links, hospitals, schools and other major infrastructure projects we all rely on.
Now is not the time for political parties of any persuasion to be complacent. There is more to be done, and to achieve our full potential we need real measures that encourage businesses right across NSW to invest, upskill and employ.
That’s why in the lead up to this state election the NSW Business Chamber will engage all political parties with solutions to help them adopt the policies that will drive our state forward. We will keep voters up to date on how each party’s policies stack up so they can choose, with confidence, who is best placed to provide the leadership required to Keep NSW Number 1.
The NSW Business Chamber is focused on the long-term interests of our state, just as we have been for over 192 years.
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Published by: The Daily Telegraph We’ve all seen them. Whether you are in the middle of Sydney or in regional NSW, it seems you can’t go too far without seeing a crane in the sky or a bulldozer on the side of the road.
Published by: Coast Community News NSW Business Chamber, Central Coast, is calling on all political parties to outline their policies for supporting business prior to the March 23 state election, with confidence in Gosford and throughout the region, alarmingly low.
Published by: The Daily Liberal UNEMPLOYMENT in NSW is now well below 5 per cent and jobs creation over the past 12 months is at record levels. Mission accomplished? Not quite.