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Blacktown Workers CEO, Morgan Stewart and NSW Labor leader Chris Minns discuss the club's recent refurbishments during the leader's visit to Blacktown. Blacktown Workers CEO, Morgan Stewart and NSW Labor leader Chris Minns discuss the club's recent refurbishments during the leader's visit to Blacktown. Featured
04 November 2021 Posted by 

HEADS UP FOR LOCAL BUSINESS

FREE event aims to redefine success
BUSINESS | MIKE WALLS
NSW Labor leader, Chris Minns visited Blacktown Workers Club last week to express his support for the Blacktown businesses community.
The leader’s visit comes as Blacktown Workers Club gears up for a special, post-lockdown event on November 16 called Blacktown Bouncing Back (BBB). 
 
BBB is a collaborative project that aims to inform and educate business teams in and around Blacktown about adaptation, protection, and redefining success as we emerge from lockdown. 
 
“We need Western Sydney to bounce back as it is the heartbeat of New South Wales and the third largest economic zone in Australia,” Mr Minns said.  
 
“Western Sydney stimulates jobs, economic growth and has done it tough during the COVID lockdown period.
 
“We need to all get together and really make sure that Blacktown Bounces Back and this forum hosted at Blacktown Workers Club in collaboration with Greater Blacktown Business Chamber, Blacktown News, ACU and Blacktown Council is a success.”
 
Member for Blacktown, Stephen Bali said the way we do business and how we interact with staff and customers has all changed due to COVID.
 
“Blacktown Bouncing Back provides an opportunity for business owners and managers to rethink how to do business in a post-COVID environment,” Mr Bali said.
 
Key speakers from Australian Catholic University, with leading marketing and successful entrepreneurs will provide insights on the ways to improve business and to rethink old business models. The Blacktown News is media partner for the event.
 
Mr Minns congratulated the Blacktown Workers Club for its resilience upon completing a multimillion-dollar refurbishment with work done mostly during COVID lockdown.
 
The refurbishment includes: a new entrance, foyer, walkways, a fully refurbished Jack MacNamara Bar, The Shed Sports bar, Redwood: a late-night bar and Eucalyptus: a 200-seat modern Australian restaurant. 
 
Stage two will deliver a new food area ground floor, parents’ room, kids play area and new lounge spaces including a fireplace by December 2022. 
 
Club CEO Morgan Stewart said the $15M+ refurbishment had utilised local workers and companies. 
 
 
 
 


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