MORE than 110 businesses and residents affected by the Sydney light rail project have registered their interest in joining a class-action lawsuit against the state government. Last year Central Sydney revealed the state government had agreed to backdate rent relief to businesses who could prove they had been affected as a result of delayed construction […]
Cynthia Dearin is an author, keynote speaker and communications expert. In this episode of Stacey talks to Cynthia about Dearin & Associates, an International Trade Consultancy that specialises in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) regions. Cynthia discusses her experiences travelling to the Middle East as a Management Consultant Diplomat and what it was like having to go to work wearing a bullet proof vest. Cynthia also talks about opportunities in China, feedback from clients and why she decided this would be a valued addition to her business so she could round out and help more clients.
I appeared on 2GB this morning talking about the devastating impact of light rail, the failings of the construction company and how something has to happen now to support small businesses and residents. I also invited listeners who care about small business to join my party SMALL BUSINESS MATTERS. You can listen to the interview […]
In this special business podcast, Angela Vithoulkas interviews Nickolas Rorris from RMSTech and Amy Siah from Nakd Numbers.
Hear the podcast that was recorded at the latest networking event held at Vivo Cafe, Sydney, 27 April 2017.
It was great to join John & Garry from 2UE to talk about people who try and skip the bill and my first crush…
Last night I visited the Pyrmont Chamber of Commerce’s annual Seafood Spectacular. What a blast, with apprentice chefs from one Sydney’s excellent TAFE programs creating fabulous seafood canapes, with matching wines at the landmark Sydney Fish Markets. In light of announced developments to the fish market, it was great to visit and see what’s going at the […]
This week I wrote an opinion piece that was published in the Daily Telegraph, “Yet another election stuff up”. The piece was intended to raise awareness of the City of Sydney’s failed efforts to enrol businesses to vote in the upcoming September election. You can read the article out here. One of the main issues […]
Sydney is an international city with a multitude of unique and exciting communities and suburbs throughout. Perhaps one of its greatest, and certainly one of its oldest, is Haymarket – better known to most as Chinatown. A lot of cities, particularly major trade centres, have their own version of a Chinatown. The initial aim of […]
One of Sydney’s favourite weekend traditions is the local market. Different markets throughout the City of Sydney are geared towards food, fashion and farmer’s produce. Each market has its different stalls, flavour and community. Markets are an institution for Sydney-siders, and a draw for tourism generally. I believe in supporting and fostering thriving markets in […]