March is Small Business Month. Mosman Collective would love you all to drop your dollars and support our amazing local small businesses!


Mosman Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with the NSW Government, will provide local businesses with valuable tools and resources to enhance their brand and help them grow after a challenging two years.

A special event, themed ‘Rebuild, Recharge, Renew’ will take place next week at Middle Harbour Skiff Club.

Sky News presenter Ross Greenwood is just one of the speakers booked to cover a range of topics including, Finance, Digital, Sustainability, Legislation and Government Support.

Sky News Presenter Ross Greenwood will open the Mosman Chamber of Commerce event.

“The global COVID-19 pandemic has brought with it some of the toughest times for small business, said Chamber President Tamara Keniry.

“We want to help our small businesses get back on their feet, find new opportunities and prosper.

“The day will help our business owners reboot, reinvigorate and get tips on how to move forward in a changed business landscape.

Tickets to the special “Rebuild, Recharge, Renew” event are just $25.

You are invited to attend the event and hear from:

Ross Greenwood – Business & Finance Editor, journalist, author

The Hon. Eleni Marie PETINOS, MP – NSW Minister for Small Business

Jodie de Vries – Managing Director, Tiny Hunter. “Build Your Brand for Growth”

Nicola Bond – CEO, Alkye. “Digital in 2022”

Sarah Rhodes – Founder, Plastic Free SEA. “Strength through Sustainability, What you need to know about the legislation”

Lunch is included. The day will end with networking and drinks.


Date: 16 March
Time: 9:00 am to 3:00 pm
Location: Middle Harbour Skiff Club
237 Spit Road, Mosman.
Cost: $25