Liverpool is the centre of South West Sydney, a region with a rapidly growing multicultural population. The Liverpool City Council area is one of the largest Local Government Areas in metropolitan Sydney. The City encompasses a total land area of 305 square kilometres and 42 suburbs, with a population of 210,000.
While Liverpool's rapid population growth itself creates momentum for new business opportunities, Council is mindful that significant challenges exist in ensuring that local employment growth keeps pace with population growth. The NSW Government's 'A Plan for Growing Sydney' identifies Liverpool as a Strategic Centre with priorities being the commercial core and planning for long-term employment growth.
Liverpool's competitive advantages lie in the health and medical, distribution and logistics, professional services and manufacturing services and provide an impetus for the creation of high quality jobs across the local government area. Liverpool's status as one of Sydney's regional cities is also important in drawing a range of new retail and services jobs to the Liverpool city centre.
Liverpool Council also recognises the importance of small business in retaining and creating jobs in the local government area and working in partnership with organisations such as the City of Liverpool Chamber of Commerce and Industry, looking to create an environment where small business can capitalise on growth opportunities.
The thrust of Liverpool Council's efforts to assist economic growth in the area involves:-
- Attracting new job-generating investment to Liverpool, consistent with the local government area's competitive strengths
- Working with existing business to assist them to grow and improve competitiveness
- Working with employers to engage and train local people.
For more information on Council's economic development activities, please contact Council's Economic Development Unit on (02) 9821 9575 or email email@example.com.
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Liverpool City Council is committed to working pro-actively with landowners, businesses and stakeholders to develop destinations that attract people to Liverpool and will support land use policies that are conducive to commercial growth in both the city center and across Liverpool.
Council will hold a number of workshops, seminars and forums throughout the year to contribute to this objective.
Council hosts a number of regular business events throughout the year, including;
The focus of this event is to bring together business leaders and urban strategists to explore realistic opportunities for Liverpool’s urban renewal and potential new commercial development in the area.
The forum will include a panel of industry experts who will discuss the potential challenges and opportunities associated with growth, development and investment in Liverpool.
|WELCOME TO LIVERPOOL|
‘Welcome to Liverpool’ is an opportunity for the Mayor and Council to celebrate and induct new businesses to the local area. The focus of the event is to;
Local stakeholders invited to attend ‘Welcome to Liverpool’ include; Liverpool Chamber of Commerce, South West Sydney Business Enterprise Centre, Liverpool Hospital and SWSi TAFE.
|MAKING THE CONNECTION||A seminar for high school students based on particular sectors in our region. These sessions are focused on connecting students with real companies and professionals already operating locally. Attendees will be provided with the opportunity to hear how professionals in the industry reached their current position, the challenges and barriers they had to overcome and the benefits of working in their sector.|
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For upcoming events please refer to our CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Events Hosted By Partners
Liverpool City Council works closely with other business advisory services and organisations. These organisations also offer high quality business courses and events. Click here to see upcoming events or refer to the links below.
City of Liverpool Chamber of Commerce and Industry Inc.
NSW Government WorkCover
NSW Small Business Commissioner
South West Sydney Business Enterprise Centre
Department of Industry Business Connect
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