Lake Macquarie City Council is looking for talented business minds that are passionate about business development to nominate themselves for the Lake Macquarie Economic Development Company Board, Dantia.
Dantia’s CEO, Kristen Keegan, said Dantia is seeking individuals who are willing to drive the next generation of economic growth in Lake Macquarie by supporting the growth of existing businesses, as well as attracting new business to the City.
“Dantia has made significant achievements since its inception in 2014,” Kristen said.
“The new board will work hard to advance the successes of the previous board by collaborating with businesses, the community and government to implement a range of initiatives that attract investment in the City, market the City as a regional businesses centre, and support the needs of local businesses.”
“Lake Macquarie is home to a vibrant and growing business community, and I am looking forward to working with business-minded individuals to lead innovative and prosperous business activities in the City.”
Applications are now open. Visit lakemac.com.au to download an information package and register your interest by Friday, 29 July 2016.
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Lake Macquarie is the fastest growing city in the Hunter, and one of the largest cities in New South Wales. Lake Macquarie Council is the Local Government area comprising of the town centres of Belmont, Cardiff, Charlestown, Glendale, Morisset, Mount Hutton, Swansea, Toronto and Warners Bay.