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Castlemaine business Johnny Baker with a selection of the shop’s cakes and pastries.

Do you want to generate more local revenue or find local suppliers and customers? Do you want to promote your expertise, services, or business news to a wider audience across Central Victoria?

Tuesday 15 September 2020

Do you want to generate more local revenue or find local suppliers and customers? Do you want to promote your expertise, services, or business news to a wider audience across Central Victoria?

Join Localised Central Victoria – a free business directory and networking website for all businesses in the Mount Alexander Shire and Greater Bendigo shire.

The digital community www.centralvic.localised.com.au aims to establish and strengthen connections between businesses in the area, encourage local trade and partnerships, upskilling business owners and promoting goods and services available.

Businesses of all sizes and types are encouraged to register on the platform, enabling them to share news about their business, promote themselves, network, find suppliers and also be found by others who want to do business locally.

Eva Parkin, Economic Development Officer, Mount Alexander Shire Council said there are many benefits for local businesses in signing up to be part of the website.

“Localised Central Victoria is a really useful tool for business owners, especially small businesses looking to trade locally, connect with other business owners in the area and expand our economy,” said Ms Parkin.

“The site offers businesses the chance to promote their goods and services online for free, which is great, particularly for those businesses that can’t afford a website, or haven’t managed to get one developed yet.”

Previously known as ‘Mount Alexander Business Connect’, the site has been rebranded to Central Victoria Localised to expand opportunities for local businesses as the platform grows across the region.

“There’s never been a better time to support local business and help keep jobs and investment in Central Victoria,” said Ms Parkin.

“If you haven’t yet joined yet, I’d encourage you to sign up today.”

The Localised Central Victoria platform is provided by Mount Alexander Shire Council, in partnership with City of Greater Bendigo, Be. Bendigo and Grow Bendigo.

For more information on Localised Central Victoria, or to register your business or event, visit www.centralvic.localised.com.au.



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