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  • 20-Jul-2016 16:19 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Nickaz Commercial Interiors is an Interior Office Fitout company that has been operating and helping businesses to build their space in Western Sydney for over 25 years. Continuously discovering new and innovative ways to deliver creative, efficient and cutting edge solutions in fitouts, Nickaz is currently under-going its very own retransformation to redemonstrate itself as one of Australia’s leading fitout companies and to implement additional forward thinking means of delivering services, news and ideas. 

    Joining the Western Sydney Business Connection is just one of the many exciting moves Nickaz is making to help rejuvenate the position of heading the frontline of originality and solution solving for all clients.

    Ideas and results start at the very beginning, by understanding and assimilating into each business’ individual requirements and aspirations, both functionally and aesthetically, to then navigate our clients through design, council, finishes, pricing and finally the construction phase. We partner with clients step by step to not only remove the stress of fitting out a new space but to make the experience fun and enjoyable.

    Working in Norwest Business Park from its inception, Nickaz quickly grew into a frontrunner in Western Sydney in the fitout industry, completing over 80% of the fitouts in the park and surrounding commercial and industrial areas. Continued growth and on-going, long term relationships with clients lead to further fitout opportunities in the CBD and surrounds, across the state and country wide.

    From small start-up businesses to global companies, Nickaz has worked with a multitude of diverse business leaders and across all industries, gaining and continuing to grow an extensive range of knowledge of critical key components important across different professions. This has not only helped Nickaz to understand what is essential to clients, but to position us as a guide to explore things that they may not have considered before.

    In the coming months Kazan Hadden and the Nickaz team look forward to sharing with the WSBC our transformation experience as we strive to further our position as leaders in our industry. The goal is with hope that through knowledge, great design of working spaces and environments we can also help like-minded business leaders navigate the transition and rejuvenation of their business; the by-product resulting in greater industry perception, better market share and a stronger ability to attract and retain top staff.

    Nickaz specialises in Design and Construction of Office Fitout, Hospitality Fitout, Educational Fitout, Medical Fitouts, Make Goods, Refurbishments, Alterations, Refit, Custom Joinery and Furniture.


    Kazan Hadden


    0416 024 369

    Board Member, The John Maclean Foundation

    Alison Meurant

    Director of Sales and Operations

    0450 608 804

    Address:  Suite 101, 22 Brookhollow Avenue, Baulkham Hills NSW 2153

    Phone:  02 9659 3387

    Wesbite: (currently under reconstruction)

    Instagram: @nickaz_constructions

  • 20-Jul-2016 16:11 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Secure your corporate Christmas party now at Novotel Sydney Parramatta and receive complimentary chair covers and upgrade to a premium beverage package.

    With 11 great event spaces to choose from including a large, modern pillarless ballroom, the team at Novotel Sydney Parramatta will help make your Christmas celebration a memorable evening.

    With great packages and inclusions to suit all budgets, your guests will eat, drink and be merry!

    Click here for further information or call the friendly Novotel Parramatta events team on 02 9630 4999

  • 20-Jul-2016 11:16 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Welcome to the July 2016 edition of our Economic and Market Outlook, brought to you by Pitcher Partners Sydney Wealth Management.

    This edition provides commentary on the following topics:

    ·        International economy

    ·        Australian economy

    ·        Australian equities

    ·        International equities

    To read the full version of the Economic and Market Outlook July 2016, please click here.

    Should you have any queries in relation to the above, please do not hesitate to contact the author or your Pitcher Partners relationship partner.


    Martin Fowler
    Partner, Wealth Management
    Pitcher Partners Sydney
    T: +61 2 8236 7776

  • 19-Jul-2016 16:16 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Winter is here and 350 Restaurant and Lounge at Novotel Parramatta are prepared with the launch of a new Winter warming ‘Sunday Roast Buffet’ dinner. Take this opportunity to gather your family and friends and share a hearty meal around the table. A traditional Sunday Roast Buffet at 350 Restaurant and Lounge is the perfect way to finish your weekend.

    Every Sunday night at 350 Restaurant and lounge, you can indulge in succulent roast beef and chicken with a warm variety of mixed Winter root vegetables, a selection of sides including pasta, soup and assorted salads, then finish with delicious seasonal fruit and dessert.

    350 Restaurant and lounge invites everyone to celebrate the introduction of Sunday Roast Buffet with the opening night on Sunday 24th July from 6pm with a ‘Christmas in July’ theme. 

    To book a table contact Dave on 02 9890 0882 or email

  • 19-Jul-2016 10:38 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    2016 marks 30 years of CareFlight saving lives. To commemorate this special occasion CareFlight will hold a major fundraising Gala Ball to mark their achievements over the last three decades. 

    Saturday 17 September will be the pinnacle fundraising event of 2016 with the 30th Anniversary Gala Ball being held at the Four Seasons Hotel Sydney.

    The 30th Anniversary Gala Ball will be hosted by respected author, broadcaster and journalist Juanita Phillips. The evening will feature dynamic entertainment, special guests, with a live and silent auction full of exclusive items.

    Tickets are $250 each with tables of 10 also available. To purchase tickets contact Natalina on (02) 9843 5176 or email

    Promotional opportunities are also available by donating items for our exclusive live and silent auctions to be held on the evening. Please contact Natalina at for more information or to receive a benefits package.

  • 19-Jul-2016 10:33 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Plans for a major redevelopment of sport and leisure facilities at West Epping Park have taken a significant step forward with City of Parramatta Council endorsing an $8.7 million tender for the works.

    Council has confirmed Haslin Constructions as the successful tenderer for the project which will see the creation of synthetic football and cricket fields, cricket practice nets, play areas, picnic facilities, open lawns areas and sports field lighting. It will also involve improvements to traffic and parking arrangements at the park.

    The tender for the project was previously awarded by Hornsby Shire Council in the days before the State Government issued its amalgamation Proclamation on 12 May, after which West Epping Park was incorporated into the new Parramatta LGA.

    “City of Parramatta is very happy to confirm this decision and continue this important project, and we thank Hornsby Shire Council for prioritising redevelopment of the park,” City of Parramatta Administrator Amanda Chadwick said.

    “Epping is currently experiencing a boom in residential development and this project, along with others being undertaken in the area by City of Parramatta, will help ensure there is adequate green space for the rapidly growing population to enjoy.”

    In total, the redevelopment of West Epping Park is an $11.3 million project. It has been included in Council’s Draft Operational Plan for 2016/17 which is currently on public exhibition.

    The project is being funded by Section 94 developer contributions collected from the Epping area by Hornsby Shire Council, and $1.6 million in funds from the NSW Department of Planning and Environment, pledged to assist with public domain improvements in Epping.

    It is expected work will begin at West Epping Park in early August 2016.

  • 15-Jul-2016 16:07 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Please join us on Saturday 24th September for the Ronald McDonald House Westmead Golden Pendant where we’ll once again be enjoying a VIP function in the Grand Pavilion at Rosehill Gardens – overlooking the finish line.

    This year we are very excited to be the Charity Gold Partner of the Australian Turf Club and have teamed with the Women in Racing Luncheon. Purchase your event tickets online now.

    When ordering, be sure to enter “RMHW” in the occasion field so we can ensure you are treated as our VIP!

    Tickets are $2000 for a table of 10 (or $200pp) with your race day experience including:

    • VIP function in the Grand Pavilion at Rosehill Gardens – overlooking the finish line
    • 5 hour beverage package, including beer, wine, sparkling & soft drink
    • 3 course luncheon
    • Guest speakers
    • Access to private betting and bookmaking facilities
    • Live and Silent Auctions/ Raffles
    • An opportunity to mingle and network with a high calibre of attendees from the racing and corporate industries
    • Race book to keep track of the days racing action.

    As you are aware, corporate and community support is instrumental to ensure families stay close and support one another, so ladies and gentlemen, grab your colleagues or friends and join us for a fun-filled day.

    We will keep you updated as we get closer to being trackside – but you need to book your tickets as this is a must attend event in the Spring Carnival calendar.

    In the meantime, if you need any assistance or further information, do not hesitate to contact Michelle Burman on 02 9845 0600 or 

  • 13-Jul-2016 14:41 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Advertising in your leading local papers attract more customers to your brand and business – it gives you the opportunity to:

    • be a part of the local conversation

    • be a preferred local choice

    • be top of mind with consumers in your local area

    Did you know?

    • 73% of our local newspaper audience think their local paper is the community voice

    • 57% say the local newspaper is their #1 media for local community news

    • 76% say ads in their local newspaper introduce them to businesses in their local community

    • 57% use their local newspaper as their main source of information and ideas for local products and services

    For a limited time, we’re offering a 30% discount to all NEW businesses. Please contact Hayden Reed, Area Manager West - 0414 684 828.

    Don’t miss the chance to connect with your local consumers.

    Source: 'Be A Local Voice' Study, Julie Dang & Associates, 2015. Filter: NewsLocal Distribution. (n=202)

  • 13-Jul-2016 13:35 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The latest “Making Western Sydney Greater” survey, targeted to Western Sydney business owners and managers, is now live for you to complete.

    Led by William Buck, and supported by Western Sydney Business Connection, St. George and Western Sydney University, the results are used to contribute to and influence discussions on NSW Government policy regarding workforce skill and employee training. Our aim is to achieve positive changes for businesses in Greater Western Sydney.

    In this edition, we're looking into:

    • Whether Western Sydney businesses still expect to achieve above average growth for the coming 6 months?
    • Is the outcome of the Federal Election a positive or negative for business and Western Sydney?
    • How can business help improve the perception of Western Sydney?

    Join the conversation and be part of Making Western Sydney Greater.

    If you missed the release of our third Making Western Sydney Greater report earlier this year, you can download a copy here:

    Making Western Sydney Greater Report

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