Author: LDCC News

  • Supporting Start-up Ventures – a new era for the Lithgow Region

    Today, the Seven Valleys Chamber of Commerce, Lithgow held its inaugural Start Ups Information session at Western Sydney University’s Lithgow Transformation Hub. The initiative represents the initial step in supporting those in the region with a business idea or concept and giving them the necessary guidance to commercialisation.  Today’s information session, featuring entrepreneurs and experienced […]

  • Early Christmas Present for Local Businesses

    To mark the start of its $503k Business Revival Program, the Lithgow District Chamber of Commerce has decided to further expand its support of local businesses that may be financially suffering from the effects of the bushfires and the pandemic by waiving its membership fee for 2022. At a public meeting on Monday night, the […]

  • Start-Ups Development Seminar

    Before the new year comes upon us, the Chamber is calling out to all would-be business start ups and those with a business idea – to come forward and find out what support, funding and mentorship might be available to them. The Start Ups Development Seminar is part of a proposed new program of events […]

  • Bittersweet End of Era Blasts Seven Valleys into a new Future

    While the winds of change have swept through the Seven Valleys for some time, yesterday’s blast at Wallerawang was a loud signal that the region is moving towards a new future. In a bittersweet 15 seconds, the towering smoke stacks and boiler house of the iconic Wallerawang Power Station fell to the ground. This followed […]

  • Exciting new chapter for Lithgow: welcoming Natasha Markert

    Please join the Lithgow District Chamber of Commerce in welcoming Natasha Markert to oversee the Lithgow LGA Business Revival Program as our Events and Communications Coordinator. Natasha joins us at an exciting time as we turn the page to a new chapter with a vibrant future for the ‘Seven Valleys‘ region. We found her skills […]

  • Business Chamber unveils Recovery Events Plan

    At its public meeting on the 10th August 2021, Lithgow District Chamber of Commerce (LDCC) unveiled its 2022-23 plans to apply the funding to support local businesses that it has received as part of the State/Federal Governments’ Economic Recovery Grants. LDCC Vice-President Renzo Benedet outlined a two-year program that focuses on different areas of business […]

  • Next Meeting: 10th August 2021

    Don’t forget our upcoming meeting on the 10th August 2021, commencing at 6.30pm in the Lecture Hall, University of Western Sydney. The meeting will take the form of a presentation and discussion on the roll-out of events and functions in regards to the Bushfire Recovery Funding to support local businesses. We ask that you attend […]

  • Wanted: Events and Communications Coordinator

    The Chamber is seeking an experienced Events and Communications Coordinator to organise and manage a series of high-profile, high-calibre events under our Business Revival program. The role, which is funded by a joint NSW and Commonwealth grant, is a 2-year maximum term and will be based in Lithgow. The specifics of the role are: Coordinate, […]

  • COVID-19 Update 13 July 2021

    Lithgow Local LGA residents, please help our small businesses keep their doors open! While Lithgow is not in lockdown, please go out and support the businesses in our LGA. Meet your friends, go and have a coffee at your local coffee shop, go for a meal, go for a walk up Main Street and see […]

  • Lithgow Small Business Workshops

    Lithgow’s small businesses are being offered a free helping hand in responding to business challenges and recovery from bushfire and other events. Every business faces exposure to risk, whether it be a natural crisis such as a bushfire or flood, or man-made such as accident or illness. Not having a plan in place in the […]