Information Session

In these times as business owners it is critical that we “Stay Connected & Be Supported”

The Sydney Hills Business Chamber has a huge platform of opportunity for business owners and senior managers and we invite you to attend this free interactive information session, to find out more.

Our key Pillars are to:
We will break this down throughout this information session.

The information session will be held online “Via Zoom”, and beyond outlining the depth and breadth of what you can tap into with the Business Chamber, you will also be able to ask any questions you have during the session plus connect with other business people.

We look forward to meeting you and if you have any queries prior, please call Richard Holland, Membership Manager, on 0409 546 199

All Welcome


Online Via Zoom

Zoom Link will be sent upon registration

Contact Information:

Richard Holland
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Free to Members and Non-Members
RSVP by 6 March 2024

Date: 6 March 2024

Time: 12:00 PM – 1 PM EST

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Join us at this event and become an active part of the Sydney Hills Business community.

  • Connect with other businesses to grow your supply chain during our networking sessions, before during and after the panels.
  • Discuss and learn from other business leaders in the region.

Date/Time Information:

11.30am Registration and Networking
12.00pm – Chairmans Welcome Address
12.05pm – Entrée Served – Networking at tables
12.25pm – Panel 1: What’s coming next (Infrastructure, Development and Planning, Community & Public Spaces and the changes in our demographics)

  • Peter Poulet (Central River City Commissioner)
  • Mike Edgar (General Manager Hills Shire Council)
  • Christopher Brown (Chairman & Western Sydney Dialogue)
  • Minister Damien Tudhopes MLC (Finance and Employee Relations)
  • Tim Spencer (Executive Managing Director Mulpha)

1.00pm – Lunch Served – Networking at tables
1.20pm – Panel 2: How businesses can adapt quickly to change and leverage the opportunities available. (Including Staff, Education and Training, Jobs growth, Small Business Support)

  • Ms Paula Martin (Business NSW Senior Director, Regions & Visitor Economy)
  • Minister David Elliott (Transport & Veterans The Hon. David Elliot MP)
  • Hills Mayor – Dr Peter Gangemi
  • Geoff Brailey (McCrindle Research)
  • Tim Spencer (Executive Managing Director Mulpha)

2.05pm – (Dessert and Coffee Served)
2.10pm – Chairmans Wrap Up of Event
2.15pm – Prize Draws
2.20pm – Open Networking session
2.45pm – Event Finishes


The Fiddler
Greenway Room
Corner Commercial and Windsor Roads
Rouse Hill NSW 2155

Date: November 30th 2022

Time: 11:30 AM – 3:00 PM EST

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Mulpha Norwest

Mulpha Australia Pty Limited acquires, develops, and manages a range of property and lifestyle investments, including Hayman Island, Intercontinental Hotel Sydney, Sanctuary Cove Resort and Bimbadgen winery. As well as developing the master planned communities of Bella Vista Waters in The Hills District and Mulgoa Rise in Western Sydney, Mulpha Australia is transforming the 377-hectare Norwest Business Park into a world-leading innovation, lifestyle and economic hub, with all the features of a ‘Smart City’.

The physical transformation of Norwest will integrate the development of The Greens residential precinct; the redevelopment of Norwest Marketown; the redevelopment of Circa commercial, retail and retirement precinct; and the revitalisation of Norwest’s network of walkways and cycleways. Projects currently under construction include landmark timber commercial building The Bond; the Essentia ‘smart’ townhomes development with the focus of ‘wellness’ central to their design; and the 864-apartment precinct The Greens, which will be set in expansive parkland, with easy access to rapid transit and all the shopping, recreation and community facilities of the vibrant Norwest City hub. Mulpha’s commitment to creating a new model of a city extends well beyond physical infrastructure. It has introduced a mentoring program to help foster a culture of collaboration, innovation and lifelong learning at Norwest; a series of stimulating walking trails ‘Norwalks’ created around Norwest to foster an active, health community; a fully integrated green transport strategy to create a truly walkable and cyclable city; free fitness classes for residents and workers in Norwest; and a ground-breaking plan to reduce urban heat in Norwest.

Event Restrictions, Cancellations and Personal Responsibilities:

NOTE: Please respect our venue and fellow businesses. Non-compliance with any of these restrictions and personal responsibilities will lead to you being asked to leave the event and no refund will be forthcoming.

  • Please arrive 15-30 minutes prior to event commencing so we can get all attendees into the event on time
  • Please follow the NSW Health Guidelines in place on the event date on Social Distancing and wearing of face masks.

You can find more information about the most current rules at


If for any reason on the lead up to the Event you:

  • feel unwell and are going to be tested for COVID
  • are awaiting the results of a COVID test
  • have been requested to, or are self-isolating for any reason by NSW Health Department Public Health Directive

Please inform us prior to the event start time.

Our Event Cancellations Policy.

  • Cancellations must be advised via email by at least 4 business days prior to the event/workshop. The Chamber is required to confirm numbers of guests by this deadline, to the venues and several other suppliers who assist us in running events/workshops.
  • A refund will not be considered for no-shows or cancellations within this period.
  • If you are unable to attend an event due to having to isolate for medical reasons at the time of the event the Chamber will provide you with a credit to the value of 50% of the ticket price paid by you, which you can use towards attending a similar event in the future. However, you must advise the Chamber support team via email, prior the event commencement time, of your inability to attend for these reasons, otherwise you will be considered as a ‘no-show’.
  • A substitution may be made prior to the event/workshop should the registered individual not be available to attend.