Fairfield Council is organising free breakfast seminars to give businesses the chance to network and get new ideas.
The first seminar, Being Export and Import Ready, by Inu Ran, will be held on July 17.
The second, Attracting New Leads to your Website, by Luke Hodges, will be held on July 24, while the third, Asset Finance by National Australia Bank, will be held on July 31.
All workshops will be from 7.20am to 9am in Fairfield Council's Administration Centre, 86 Avoca Road, Wakeley.
Each session includes a hot breakfast. Bookings: 0417 675 482.
In other news in brief:
$400,000 for grants
Cabramatta MP Nick Lalich is urging local community organisations to apply for grants under this year's Community Building Partnership Program.
Mr Lalich said $400,000 was available for the Cabramatta electorate under the program.
Last year 10 local community organisations were granted funding totalling $300,000.
Applications must be submitted online by 5pm, July 18.
To lodge an application, visit tinyurl.com/nk4rdj.
New boss for Karitane
South Western Sydney Local Health District has announced Grainne O'Loughlin as the new chief executive officer of Karitane.
Ms O'Loughlin brings to the position substantial experience in senior roles in health services.
She joins Karitane from St Vincent's Health Network, where she was the general manager of Sub-Acute Facilities and Allied Health.
Ms O'Loughlin said she looked forward to working closely with the Karitane's staff.
Breasts under scrutiny
Heavenly Curves at Wetherill Park will host free breast prosthesis and bra fitting day on July 25.
The prosthesis and bras help restore self-esteem to women who have had breast surgery.
To book your special fitting, call 9604 1270.
Heavenly Curves is at Shop 22, Market Town, The Horsley Drive, Wetherill Park.