Mentoring Collaboration

Small Business Mentoring Clinics

Whitehorse City Council offers free mentoring vouchers to access the Small Business Mentoring Service. Whether you're planning, starting, growing or winding down your business, a mentor can help.
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Starting or growing business

The Investment and Economic Development Unit have a business facilitation service to assist businesses through the process and direct specific enquiries to relevant departments.
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Leading Change: A Plastic Free Forum

Tuesday 23 July, 6 – 8pm
The Round, Nunawading

06 Aug 2024

Small Business Mentoring Clinic Nunawading - August 2024

Registrations are open for March's Whitehorse Small Business Mentoring Clinic which will be held on 6 August 2024.

This is a free service and an opportunity to speak to a mentor face-to-face.

Registrations are essential and places are limited.

08 Aug 2024

Coffee with a Cop - Nunawading

To support our traders and residents, Council is partnering with Victoria Police to host ‘Coffee with a Cop’ drop-in sessions.

Representatives from the local Police Station will be available to discuss your comments and concerns between 10am and 12pm in Station Street, Nunawading.

Receive a free coffee and let us know what matters to you.

What's Happening in Whitehorse!

Thursday 22 August
12pm - 2pm
Box Hill Golf Club

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Whitehorse Excellence in Business Awards 2024 Nominations now open.

Nominate your business or other outstanding businesses in Whitehorse to shine a light on the remarkable achievements. 

Nominate now

Aboriginal flagTSI flagWhitehorse City Council acknowledges the Wurundjeri Woi-wurrung people of the Kulin Nation as the Traditional Owners of the land. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.