The message was clear: Mount Gambier is open for business

The message was clear: Mount Gambier is open for business

This month, Cashflow Manager CEO Tim Millar and National Manager of Commercial Business, Melanie Miller received a warm, hearty reception from Mount Gambier’s business community. With beautiful landscapes, great food, and thriving business culture, we experienced what makes Mount Gambier unique: a dedicated, supportive people that care for one another – both in business and community.

Boasting the Blue Lake, Umpherston Sinkhole, and Cave Garden, the region has fantastic must-see attractions. But Mount Gambier is more than that. Its heart is its people. Staying at the wonderful Commodore on the park, we received a warm welcome. We also learned of the Delgattie Estate an exciting new venture opening at the beginning of July. A big thanks to the team for their hospitality.

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During our stay, we were delighted to meet with several accounting firms to learn about the needs of the local small business community. Receiving great insight, we discovered how we can support business owners with their financial requirements. Small businesses are ready for opportunities to recover from the impact of COVID-19 and grow their business above and beyond what they were before the crisis.

We met with the Mount Gambier Chamber of Commerce who echoed this sentiment. The vision of the chamber is to ensure Mount Gambier remains the commercial capital of the Limestone Coast, with a diversified economy thriving on its natural resources.

From networking events and business mentorship through to the new brain box initiative, the chamber is providing expertise and advice to support the next generation of small businesses in Mount Gambier. Overall, the message was clear: Mount Gambier is open for business.

We would like to thank everyone we visited and for shedding light on the fantastic opportunities Mount Gambier has to offer to the business community in South Australia.

P.S. be sure to stop by the main street for some retail therapy, great cafes and pubs, with delicious food and a great vibe – highly recommended.

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