Local government in Melbourne’s west plays a key role in growing and strengthening the region, working closely with other councils, regional organisations, and state and federal government representatives.
Economic Development units in local government have a role in supporting and promoting local business and associated networks, along with attracting and facilitating new investment.
Connect with the Economic Development unit in your local council to find out more.
BRIMBANK CITY COUNCIL
Brimbank City Council’s Economic Development team works to deliver a program of business development initiatives that facilitate opportunities, attract and promote businesses, create employment, and enable existing businesses to grow and prosper.
For further information contact the Economic Development Unit on 9249 4000 or email email@example.com
HOBSONS BAY CITY COUNCIL
Through its Economic Development functions, Hobsons Bay City Council plays an active role in enabling business activity across the municipality, and in the wider western region. Each year, a suite of programs and initiatives are delivered to support local businesses, help them connect with other businesses and to assist in growth and sustainability.
For further information contact the Economic Development Unit on 9932 1285 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
MARIBYRNONG CITY COUNCIL
The Economic Development team at Maribyrnong City Council understands the need of finding and accessing the right information when starting a business. This exciting journey can be a challenging process which requires thorough planning to ensure that you will be well equipped with the right knowledge and tools available to run a successful business.
For further information contact the Economic Development Unit on 9688 0200 or email email@example.com
MELTON CITY COUNCIL
Melton City Council provides a broad range of business services to new, existing and potential businesses to the City of Melton, facilitating business success from inception through to sustainable growth and competitiveness. Council’s Economic Development and Advocacy Department offer a suite of services to support local business and attract future investment.
For more information contact the Economic Development Unit on 9747 7200 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
MOONEE VALLEY CITY COUNCIL
The Economic Development team at Moonee Valley City Council supports the economic growth of Moonee Valley aiming to attract new investment, create real and sustainable jobs, and improve the delivery of services that underpin a strong and healthy community.
For further information contact the Economic Development Unit on 9243 8866 or email email@example.com.
WYNDHAM CITY COUNCIL
The Economic Development team at Wyndham City Council is committed to assisting in the development of a vibrant and sustainable local economy, and to helping business prosper through business support, investment advice and industry events and training.
For further information contact the Economic Development Unit on 8743 5416 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.