Angela Vithoulkas is a second term independent Councillor at the City of Sydney. As well as representing all members of the local community she is actively involved with Sydney’s small business and start-up community.
Angela’s successful career in public and corporate life has been acknowledged through numerous awards including City of Sydney Business of the Year, Café of The Year, NSW Entrepreneur of the Year as well as 2007 Telstra Women’s Business Owner of the Year. In 2015 she was also named as one of Australia’s 50 Influential Women Entrepreneurs and is a sought after public speaker.
During her time on Council Angela has filled the role of Deputy Chairperson of the City of Sydney Economic Development and Business Sub-Committee. She is also the first Australian Greek woman to be elected to the City of Sydney, an achievement formally recognised by the European Council.
In 2015 Angela formed the Sydney Matters Independent Team. She is committed to ensuring that Sydney becomes a smart city through the use of technology that will transform the city and improve the amenity of residents, businesses and visitors.
Angela’s approach to innovation is recognised through the Eagle Waves Radio network platform which she established, broadcast and managed from its George Street base. The radio station continues to provide a voice for the thousands of small business owners in the local Government area and around Australia through the collaborative platforms that engage with Eagle Waves Radio. In 2016, the station has received a ‘renovation’, re-launching as SME Radio. Angela maintains her place as a producer and host of the station, providing a voice for the thousands of small business owners in the local Government area and around Australia through the station’s various collaborative platforms.
As a resident and business owner in the City of Sydney, Angela has an insight into the impact of Council decisions on all levels of the community. She is committed to ensuring that Council continues to fulfil its role where constituents remain top of mind.
In 2018 Angela formed the Small Business Matters Party, an independant political party which aims to provide robust and honest representation for small businesses and residents in Parliament. Angela will be taking Small Business Matters to the NSW 2019 State Election – seeking to represent small business in the Legislative Council.
Notices of Motions
November 13th, 2017
Amended Notice of Motion | Sydney Light Rail Construction and Support for Impacted Businesses and Residents
September 18th, 2017
August 7th, 2017
Questions of Notice
Clarification about specific City of Sydney support initiatives for our businesses and residents impacted by Sydney Light Rail construction
December 11th, 2017