b2b - Business to Ballarat is Commerce Ballarat's local media campaign aimed at keeping spending locally, it also has a strong focus on the business to business dollar.
Fact 51% of goods and services purchased by Ballarat businesses are sourced externally from Ballarat. Purchasing locally creates and retains local jobs. Reducing escape spending creates the opportunity to generate local jobs, leading to stimulation of our local economy. Shopping locally is convenient - it’s easier to get to and take away what you buy, and if you develop an issue with your goods, they can be easily returned and replaced.
Join our b2b Gold sponsors Tanya Daniels The Good Guys, Wilson's Fruit & Vegetables, Crowe Horwath, RU Advertising, Sovereign Press and Mercedes-Benz Ballarat and Bronze sponsors Premier PR and Central Victorian Investments in supporting local business. Help stop the $3.2 billion lost to the Ballarat economy in "leakage" each year. Give Ballarat businesses an opportunity and always try to buy local.
More information about b2b sponsorship packages is available here
Tanya Daniels: "I believe a program like this builds strong relationships between local businesses, allowing them to network and share ideas. The greater Ballarat community will also benefit from reinvesting their spending into local businesses, which in turn will create more jobs and a stronger economy for all our futures."
Trevor Wilson: "Wilsons Fruit & Vegetables is proud to once again sponser b2b. As a third generation family business it is important to us that we support local business and keep business within Ballarat. Now more than ever it is important to work together to ensure Ballarat thriving and jobs remain available here in Ballarat. We wouldn’t be where are today without fellow local businesses and of course our valuable local customers"
Craig Willian: "Business to business is the life blood of provincial economies and an initiative such as b2b - business to Ballarat reinforces the message to always think local first to help keep our city alive and prospering."
Ross Wootton: "The flow on from b2b is so important to our family business and the growth of the City of Ballarat. Money spent locally retains jobs and allows local businesses to grow within our great city"
Justin Mitchell: "Ballarat is a bustling and vibrant city with a real sense of community. Our city offers security, employment and a quality lifestyle for singles, couples and families alike. For these great opportunities to continue we all must maintain a focus on doing our business in Ballarat as it is an investment in all of our futures."
Tim Bodey: "Buy local - that’s our moto. Whether its people buying our services or Crowe Horwath buying products or services, or referring business to each other. By using local talent we help to make our relationships and economy stronger and our city prosper"
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Venue: Meeting Room 2, Ground Floor, Ballarat Technology Park, Federation University, 106 - 110 Lydiard Street Sth, Ballarat, VictoriaEmail ....
27 Doveton St Nth
Ballarat VIC 3350
P: (03) 5333 3233
F: (03) 5334 4501
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