We have been helping small to medium businesses equip themselves with the skills and knowledge they need to start and sustainably grow their businesses for over 25 years. Let’s take a look at some success stories from our NEIS Program.
Oh My Glittery Gosh
Oh My Glittery Gosh is here to make you feel more comfortable right from your very own home with a mobile tanning and nails service!
Greenbatch is working towards building Western Australia’s first PET plastic recycling facility. By giving plastic waste a new life.
Marime Studio is a Perth-based ceramic jewellery and homewares business, run by the talented April Porter.
Growing Your Business
Our Growth Program is a world-leading applied learning program, designed to build the knowledge, skills, attitudes and confidence in business leaders, to scale up and improve the overall operation of the business. Let’s take a look at some success stories from our Growth Program.
Metis Design & Engineering
A business with highly skilled mechanical engineers. Providing advanced engineering and simulation services to verify and certify designs in various industries.
A business here to change the consumer perception of Plumbing businesses. Plumbing Bros aim is to abolish the often-negative stigma attached to plumbing companies.
Whipper Snapper Distillery
Meet one of Perth’s first urban distilleries. Crafting premium moonshine and whiskey made from 100% local Western Australian ingredients and grains.
Businesses In Community
Business Foundations works with community organisations and local governments to create the right environment for small businesses to thrive, creating sustainable jobs and creating equitable opportunity for local people.
Djarindjin Aboriginal Corporation
The Djarindjin Aboriginal Corporation (DAC) is an 100% Indigenous owned and operated organisation that represents the community of Djarindjin.
Onslow Chamber of Commerce
The Onslow Chamber of Commerce and Industry Inc. (OCCI) promotes the interests of members and the business community in Onslow and the Pilbara Region.
Multicultural Migrant Resource Centre
The Multicultural Enterprise Development Project supports people from migrant and refugee backgrounds to improve employment opportunities and build their business skills.
Blogs In The Community
Our team have hands on day-to-day experience in every aspect of running a business. As a result, thoroughly enjoy sharing our knowledge and experience with third party websites.
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