BusinessBM spokesman and local Bartons Real Estate Principal Mark Barton said Blue Mountains businesses had suffered as a result of the 2019-20 bushfires and the Covid-19 pandemic, which had severely impacted tourism and the ability to trade as usual.
“We know that together we’re stronger, and by better connecting businesses we can bring everyone along on the journey and create a more resilient local economy,” Mr Barton stated.
“This is about keeping the business community in business. We want to engage with every town across the Blue Mountains, and we’re inviting and welcoming every business owner, operator and employee – there will be benefits for everyone.”
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