Feedback sought from ECEC operators by NSW Small Business Commissioner
The New South Wales Small Business Commissioner is seeking feedback from the operators of early childhood education and care (ECEC) service with the intention of learning more about their business challenges and experiences in the sector.
The feedback, which is being collected through participation in a short ten minute survey, will be used to inform the Commission’s research and advocacy on behalf of business owners in the sector.
For those who would prefer to participate in a workshop and provide their thoughts, an online workshop will be held on Friday 3 June from 10:30 am – 12 pm AEST.
Information gathered via the survey is for research purposes. While the Commission may share its overall findings with other parties, it will be done in a way that does not identify participants or any organisations they represent (unless permission is sought and given).
The Small Business Commissioner is an independent statutory officer and a key advocate for small businesses in NSW. The Commissioner aims to ensure small business needs are front-of-mind for NSW Government decisions, support and assistance and also seeks to improve the operating and regulatory environment for NSW small businesses.
The Commission also plays an important role in connecting small businesses to vital information and support services and provides mediation services for any disputes involving small businesses. For more information on the work of the commission, please see here.
Questions about the survey may be directed to [email protected]
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