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WELCOME TO THE JUNE 2019 BUSINESS E-NEWSLETTER
This issue will cover:
TREAT YOURSELF TUESDAY

Did you know?
On average over 22,500 workers come to Subiaco each day, so to help your business attract these workers to your venue at lunchtime See Subiaco has created a Treat Yourself Tuesday winter campaign. Example offers could include 50% off a manicure, buy one get one free coffee, $8 panini and coffee combo, half price pizza or two for one muffins.

Get Involved
If you have an offer that suits the Treat Yourself theme please email place@subiaco.wa.gov.au before 3pm on Monday 24 June . See Subiaco will then promote your offer as part of the Treat Yourself Tuesday campaign starting 16 July.

More details will follow so you and your employees can also enjoy the benefits of Treat Yourself Tuesdays!

GET INVOLVED - LIVE MUSIC SERIES

The Place Plan
The Subiaco Place Plan is a dynamic and practical list of 49 actions to be completed in a three year period. The plan is guided by a strong understanding of place, people and vision.

Get Involved
One of these actions is to implement a cosy and intimate winter night-time live music series over three or four consecutive nights, inside bars and restaurants during August to capture people moving around the town centre. This action came from the community's desire for more busking activity and improvement of the night-time economy. 

The music genres currently being explored include Lounge, Jazz, Swing, Soul, RnB and Blues.  

If you would like your business to host one of these live music events please email place@subiaco.wa.gov.au.

 LOCAL GOVERNMENT ELECTIONS

Have you enrolled to vote?

To be eligible to vote in the City of Subiaco elections, you need to be a resident recorded on the state electoral roll or a non-resident property or business owner recorded on the City's owner/occupier roll.

Please visit the City's website to find out more or download the Owner/Occupier Roll Guidance here.

BUSINESS TOOL BOX

 Free tools to help you and your business

Business Station's mission is to help Australian businesses thrive through supporting the establishment and growth of businesses.

The City has a partnership with Business Station to provide free business advisory services and free/low cost workshops to Subiaco businesses. In addition, Business Station has created a library of free business tools to support you and your business.

Find out more here.

 SUBI BUSINESS STORIES

Good news stories


The Cut
Founded in 2009 by Ben Jonge and Scott Sanders, The Cut at 287 Hay Street, is a digital first agency specialising in the development of software, dashboards and Shopify ecommerce websites. The Cut is Perth's only Shopify Plus partner. Some of The Cut's clients include Rio Tinto, Cancer Council WA and Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital. To be suitable for Shopify Plus, a business should have a revenue turnover of over $1.2m per year and be selling in multiple international markets. Read more on this story here.

Lulu La Delizia
This popular restaurant at 5/97 Rokeby Road received a mention in the Western Australian's Ultimate Guide to the best meals in Perth. Owner and executive chef of Garum Restaurant in Perth said "The best part about Lulu La Delizia is they'll start you off with their house-made bread and the rabbit sauce is the best Nonna's sugo ever". View the menu from Lulu La Delizia here.

Dr George O'Neil
The work of addiction medicine specialist Dr George O'Neil at 65 Townshend Street was covered in an article in The New York Times for his invention of an opioid blocker. Patients from around the world visit Dr George O'Neil to receive care from his not-for-profit Fresh Start Recovery Program.

K2fly 
K2fly is a consulting systems integrator that focuses on digital transformation and process improvement; where industry know-how and digital innovation meet. Since 2017 the company continues to realise exceptional growth including a strategic move to bring major customers like Teck Resource and Anglo Gold Ashanti into its business. Read more here.

If you have a good news story you'd like to share please email us at ecodev@subiaco.wa.gov.au
BUSINESS EVENTS
Effective Advertising on Facebook and Instagram Webinar
When: Monday 17 June, 8.30am to 10am
Organiser: Business Station
Cost: $18.40
Buy Tickets
Networking and Building Relationships for Business Webinar
When: Tuesday 18 June, 12pm to 1pm
Organiser: Business Station
Cost: $18.40
Buy Tickets
Managing Workplace Mental Health Workshop
When: Tuesday 25 June, 9.30am to 4pm
Organiser: Evolve Events (Subiaco business)
Where: Suite 9, 150 Hay Street, Subiaco
Cost: from $125
Buy Tickets
ASBAS Digital Solutions Workshops
Find more opportunities to develop your digital skills through the Australian Small Business Advisory Services (ASBAS) delivered through Business Station. 
More Information
Small Business Development Corporation (SBDC) workshops

Covering a range of key business topics, these practical workshops are packed full of  information and useful tips.  Click the links below to find out more information, view dates and book. Most workshops are held at SBDC's main office at 140 William Street in Perth. Find out more about the Small Business Development Corporation here

Single Touch Payroll
The way you report employee payments and superannuation is set to change, with the Federal Government passing legislation to extend Single Touch Payroll (STP) to all employers from 1 July 2019.

Under the requirements of STP, you’ll need to report payments such as salaries and wages, pay as you go (PAYG) withholding and superannuation directly to the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) as they happen (via an online payroll solution).

Find out more information and guidance from the Small Business Development Corporation.

Parking Matters
Free evening and weekend parking is available in six town centre carparks. Help your customers find these carparks by downloading the map here
NAIDOC Week
Join us for a week-long celebration of activities and events from 7 to 14 July to celebrate NAIDOC Week. More details available here.
Photographic Awards
Entries open on Monday 24 June and close at 4pm on Monday 22 July. Finalists work will be exhibited at  Subiaco Library and up to $2500 in cash and prize packs is up for grabs. Find out more here.
Did You Know?
There were 28,706 jobs located in the City of Subiaco in the year ending June 2018 which is a 5.63% increase from the previous year

Source: economy.id.com.au/subiaco
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