The Shoalhaven is one of the closest strings of coastal villages to Sydney and contains the Regional Centres of Nowra and Ulladulla. The Shoalhaven offer incredible business opportunities. The area has a population over 100,000 - only a limited number of other regional areas in Australia have that size customer and business base – and it remains one of the fastest growing in Australia.
Business productivity is a characteristic of the Shoalhaven business community. Having industry sectors that are based on technology such as defence, defence support and manufacture of foods, marine craft, pharmaceuticals and componentry for medical equipment, paper making, construction and flow control systems requires detailed design and operating systems. The service support for these operations has grown up alongside and adds to the competence of the local business sector.
The Government and NSW Business Chamber yesterday confirmed that any freight should be defined as an essential service.
Laing O'Rourke's priority for clean-up works across the State (including the Shoalhaven) is to engage qualified local contractors and local suppliers wherever possible.
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The Shoalhaven Professional Business Association (spba) are a group of professionals who are passionate about the beautiful Shoalhaven and believe in the future of their businesses in this area.
For more than 30 years, Greg Pullen has been the face of business development in the Shoalhaven, as Shoalhaven City Council’s Economic Development Manager
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The City of Shoalhaven is located in the south-eastern coastal region of NSW.
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