Central Coast Business Review July 2016 Issue

July 2016

Jared Hirst: Age is no barrier to success

AT THE AGE of just 29, Jared Hirst has experienced more highs and lows in business than many see in a lifetime. As founder, sole Director and CEO of Central Coast based national dedicated hosting provider Servers Australia. read more

In this Issue...

Editorial: Will we be left behind in the High Speed Rail race?

JUST BEFORE WE went to press Regional Development Australia Central Coast held a Forum on High Speed Rail focusing on a Sydney - Newcastle service. read article

DA lodged for Gosford Alive development

THE LEDERER GROUP have lodged their Development Application for a mixed used development in Gosford City Centre known as Gosford Alive with the Central Coast Council. read article

The Arthouse vision come true

TEN YEARS OF planning and persistence and an investment of $12.7 million on the part of Wyong Council saw the opening of The Art House at Wyong at the end of May. read article

Mr Poolman - Australia’s local pool shop online

HARDY HINTZE QUIT corporate life in banking and finance twenty years ago and set himself up in the swimming pool maintenance business as Waterwise Pool Services operating from his home in Gosford and a service van. read article

New P-TECH school announced for the Central Coast

A Turnbull Government will extend the P-TECH (Pathways in Technology) program by announcing another new pilot at Wyong High School with employer partners, Mars Food Australia, Sanitarium and the Central Coast Business Chamber. read article

 


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