Business Link - May 2019

Business Link - May 2019
Business Link - May 2019  

​​​​​​​​​​​​​Welcome to the May​​ 2019 edition of Business Link

Business Link is distributed to business entities across the City of Canterbury Bankstown. In this edition you will find out about:

In this edition ...

  1. Bankstown Bites Food Festival​
  2. Upcoming events
  3. Jobs board
  4. Have your say on CBCity's Planning Blueprint    

 

BANKSTOWN BITES FOOD FESTIVAL

The annual Bankstown Bites Food Festival returns on Saturday 27 July 2019.

We want to feature exciting food from around the world, local food tours and entertainment.

If you would like to showcase your business by hosting a stall at Bankstown Bites, fill in a Stallholder Expression of Interest form.

If you are a performer or Entertainer and would like to become a part of the Events Entertainment database, fill in a Performer Expression of Interest form.

If you are interested in becoming a sponsor for this event, email events@cbcity.nsw.gov.au.

For all Bankstown Bites enquiries, email events@cbcity.nsw.gov.au.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Access our annual events calendar online and plan your year ahead!

2019 Canterbury Bankstown Business Advisory Service Events Calendar »

REACH LOCAL CANDIDATES TODAY THROUGH OUR BOARD!

If you are looking to hire for upcoming positions and you would like to reach the right candidates, the Canterbury-Bankstown Business Advisory Service can support you to recruit candidates for your roles using the Industry Jobs Board!

Free to all Canterbury-Bankstown businesses, get your job posted to our active networks, of job seekers who are looking for new opportunities.

To advertise your current vacancy on the Jobs Board, visit the Industry Jobs Board page and click the Create Job button.

There is no cost to you, and you don't have to be a member to submit a Jobs Board listing.

Visit our Industry Jobs Board »

HAVE YOUR SAY ON CBCITY'S PLANNING BLUEPRINT

Council is creating a Local Strategic Planning Statement, interpreting the community-shaped vision of the CBCity 2028 plan, to develop a blueprint to guide the future of Canterbury-Bankstown's employment centres, greenspaces, housing and more.

Council invites residents and the local business community to complete this online survey by 15 May 2019 to help inform this important project. Share this link with your networks and local community to ensure everyone has the chance to have their say.

Visit http://cb.city/lsps for more information.