Recent Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) data shows an uptick in establishing new small businesses in Casey.
Are you running an event or activation in the City of Casey? You could be eligible to have an entertainer appear at your event for FREE! Terms & conditions apply.
The Archibald Prize 2022 is coming to Casey's Bunjil Place from 3 September to 16 October 2022! To help visitors explore all we have to offer, we're developing a special local guide. Don't miss your free opportunity to showcase your business to an engaged audience of visitors and locals.
As we emerge from the worst of the pandemic, it seems the right time to reflect on the most important changes in consumer behaviour we’ve seen, and to make some predictions about COVID-19’s lasting and pervasive effects on how we shop. From new behaviours around panic buying to the 'homebody economy', what might come next?
The City of Casey is helping local fitness trainers get back to business by trialling a new program to remove red tape to help them operate from Council reserves easily and at no cost...
Any successful business owner uses outside assistance, including training, books, workshops, networking events and professional expertise. But one of the most (possibly THE most) effective supports is a business mentor, here's why...
How has your business fared this year? Hear from local home-based graphic designer Caroline Ward as she reflects on the ups and downs... and what's ahead for 2022!
In a nutshell, small and home-based businesess should sieze this opportunity to take stock, adjust and refocus - and don't forget to celebrate! Start your break right with top tips from local business mentor Thomas from Business 2.0 Consulting...
Calling Casey businesses! Are you ready to help the community, while enjoying the opportunity for extra promotion? The TAC L2P program is ready to hear from you.