CCBR Business Review

13 Tuggerah-based print management, pro- curement and software development com- pany, E-Bisglobal celebrated a significant milestone and turning point in their business journey on Monday, November 9 with their transition to an Aboriginal owned business. The 30-year old family business marked the occasion, aptly held during NAIDOC Week 2020, with a flag raising and tradi- tional smoking ceremony conducted by Darkinjung Elder, Uncle Gavi Duncan and attended by staff and a number of invited guests, including Member for Wyong, David Harris, MP and members of the Barang Regional Alliance. Speaking at the event, Mr Harris com- mended Mr Freeman for taking this impor- tant step to becoming an Aboriginal com- pany and, in so doing, raising much needed awareness within the Central Coast and broader communities. Mr Harris’ portfolio includes Aboriginal Affairs and Treaty, for which he is Shadow Minister. B U S I N E S S B R I E F S f Automated transactions inMYOB and XERO Personal service backed up with 30 years experience Committed to making your business grow FOR YOUR BUSINESS PROBLEM SOLVING Argyle Estates Buying or selling a quality business, contact the experts on the Central Coast 024332 6555 EST. OVER 40 YEARS Business Brokers Argyle Estates argyle@argyleestates.com.au Graham McMullen – Licensee F.A.I.B.B. 0419326555 Mr Freeman said the transition marks a significant milestone for the company. “Being formally recognised as an indig- enous company will be an enormous benefit to our long-established govern- ment clients who are required, as part of the Reconciliation Action Plan, to spend a percentage of their outsourced project funds on indigenous busi- nesses.” While there are no plans to rebrand the company, Mr Freeman intends to offer employment opportunities, scholarships and traineeships to young indigenous people on the Central Coast, home to one of Australia’s fast- est growing Aboriginal populations. Mr Freeman said, “We aim to work closely with Bara Barang through their employ- ment, training and career pathway pro- grams, which connect young Aboriginal people on the Central Coast with the right employers. Minder Secure Cloud Services opens office in Tuggerah Isaac Corradi, Minder Cloud Services Central CoastTeam Leader To support the growing demand of IT ser- vices on the Central Coast, Minder Cloud Services have recently opened a new office in the Mariners Business Centre, Bryant Drive, Tuggerah. Minder Cloud Services is a leading IT Managed Service Provider with over 30 years’ experience in the supply, implemen- tation, and maintenance of IT systems. From single computers to large networks and enterprise wide infrastructure and sys- tems, Minder will look after your business, not just your data. Due to steady growth in the Newcastle and Hunter Valley area, the new Tuggerah site joins the existing flagship office in Newcastle and the Upper Hunter based office in Muswellbrook to further support our long-standing clients in the area. “We have recently invested in a major upgrade to our hosted data centre infra- structure, Minder 2.0, to ensure our clients achieve the most out of their hosted solu- tion. We also invest in our our own internet infrastructure (Minder NBN for Business) which is designed to deliver superior per- formance and reliability for our customers. We are excited to be able to deliver our services to customers on the Central Coast”, says CEO David Lynch. The Central Coast office opened in early June and is led by our Regional Manager Isaac Corradi. You can say hello to the team at Minder on Level 2, 1/503 Bryant Drive Tuggerah. For all IT enquiries you can contact the Minder team on 02 4940 1800 or email itsales@oas.com.au E-Bisglobal celebrates newfound Aboriginality Member for Wyong, David Harris, MP, Paul Freeman, Ann Freeman and Uncle Gavi Duncan. CENTRAL COAST BUSINESS REVIEW DECEMBER 2020

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