Providing Services and Opportunities to Help You and Your Business Grow

Could the Business Growth Centre be the right place for you to build a business?

A New Chapter for the Business Growth Centre

On July 1, 2021, Central Coast Community College took over the running of the Lake Macquarie Business Growth Centre. College CEO, Joanne Martin, was joined by Mayor Kay Fraser, and Peter Hesse, chair of the current BGC board, to mark the occasion.

“The BGC has done some amazing work with many local small businesses in the community and we will continue with its current operations. We’re also really excited by the opportunity to grow and re-establish a training delivery footprint within the Lake Macquarie community to offer a range of pathways, training, advice and support for people,” said Ms Martin.

The range of services and opportunities that are available at the Business Growth Centre include:

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Rent a Space

The Business Growth Centre provides office space and light industrial units to rent at affordable prices. As a tenant you would benefit from flexible lease agreements, access to support services and advice, and the ability to grow within a friendly environment.

Networking and Events

Networking is a terrific marketing opportunity for any business. The Business Growth Centre hosts a number of events, including the Lake Macquarie Women in Business Network, where you have the opportunity to make meaningful connections that will help grow your business. These are available both in person and virtually.

Business Training

Central Coast Community College delivers a range of nationally recognised business courses and training options. From a short workshop to pick up some new skills or an accredited course to further your career, we have a range of short and funded courses available.

The Business Growth Centre, Central Coast Community College and Hunter-V-Tech acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we work. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging. We acknowledge the Awabakal people’s connection to this land, sea and community, and commit to upholding the continuation of cultural, spiritual and educational practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

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