Wyndham City's Economic Development Unit (EDU) is commmitted to assisting in the development of a vibrant and sustainable local economy.

We offers a range of services and support for small, home-based, medium or large businesses in Wyndham and can put you in touch with other businesses and industry groups in the region.

Wyndham City's Economic Growth Department is located at the Wyndham City Council's Civic Centre, 45 Princes Highway, Werribee and can be contact via phone on 9742 0788 or email business@wyndham.vic.gov.au.

Werribee Development Centre

Wyndham City is dedicated to facilitating business growth, investment and mixed-use, higher density development in Werribee. The WDC offers a professional information suite where you can discuss your next development or business venture with our dedicated specialist team. Our services include:

Our services include:

  • Information on structure plans and zones which support development in Werribee
  • VIP tours of the Werribee City Centre, East Werribee and surrounding areas
  • Presentations to your company or organisation
  • Assisting to identify development and commercial leasing opportunities
  • Providing guidance through the planning process
  • Facilitating introductions to relevant government agencies and Wyndham’s business community.

For further information contact Werribee Development Centre, 2/10 Watton Street, Werribee Victoria 3030
w: www.growwerribee.com.au
e: info@growwerribee.com.au
t: (+61 3) 9742 0905

Free Business Counselling

Wyndham City offers a free and confidential one-on-one 45 minute session with an experienced business counsellor from the Kangan Institute’s Business Enterprise Centre. General business advice and referrals can be obtained at the session.

Where: Werribee Development Centre, 10 Watton St, Werribee
When: By appointment from 9.30am, every second Tuesday of the month
Bookings: Phone 9094 3008
Appointments are essential.

Meet our Business & Industry Development Officer

You can make an appointment to meet with Wyndham City’s Business and Industry Development Officer, Tanya Eggins. Tanya can give you information about services and assistance provided by Wyndham City as well as other government support for new business.

Appointments are held at the Wyndham City Council's Civic Centre, 45 Princes Highway, Werribee during business hours. Alternatively, appointments can also be scheduled at the Julia Gillard Library Tarneit’s Co-Working Space, 150 Sunset Views Boulevarde, Tarneit on the second and fourth Thursday of the month between 9.00am and midday. To make an appointment phone: 9742 0788 or email business@wyndham.vic.gov.au

Free Shared Working Space

Wyndham City offers a free shared working space for anyone that is preparing to go into business or already in business at the Julia Gillard Library Tarneit. The hours are the same as for the library and bookings are not required.

The room is specifically set up for business operators and includes the following:

  • Six small independent desks on wheels and six computer operated chairs
  • A dedicated telecommuting booth
  • Whiteboard with short-throw projector and electronic whiteboard capabilities
  • Small kitchenette with hot and cold water taps and facilities to make tea/coffee (you need to bring your own tea and coffee)

Business Engagement Program

Our Business Engagement Program provides Wyndham City businesses with the opportunity to meet with Economic Growth Department staff. The meetings generally take place at the business’ premises.  They provide a great opportunity to outline the unit and our role in Wyndham City but to learn more about the individual business and how Wyndham City can better support  it in the future.

Industry visitation is important in gaining a better understanding of the dynamic business climate in Wyndham and consequently in influencing our future planning. To arrange a time to meet with your local economic development officer email business@wyndham.vic.gov.au.

Business Matters in Wyndham eNewsletter

Wyndham City publishes a monthly e-newsletter “Business Matters in Wyndham”. 

The newsletter includes information relevant to the local business community such as free business training and networking events, Wyndham City Council tenders, government grants and other business news.

To subscribe to Business Matters in Wyndham email business@wyndham.vic.gov.au.

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