Communications and Content Coordinator - ArcBlue
Seeking local suppliers

Are you a local business, or do you know of a local business, who can supply NAIDOC or Reconciliation week merchandise?

Let us know!

Contact the GROW Gippsland team on:

Marketing Manager - Work My Own Way
Introducing WorkMyOwnWay Program Ambassadors: Kerryn Vaughan -Girls With Hammers

Kerryn Vaughan & Nicky Williams – Girls With Hammers Sale, VIC

Kerryn is a powerhouse when it comes to supporting women. She started Girls with Hammers in 2018 with the aim of helping women realise their own power and strength through mentoring, workshops and books.

Come and hear Kerryn speak about her experience at this Friday 7 June 2019 event  (6:00 pm  8:30 pm) at Century Inn in Traralgon.


Marketing Manager - Work My Own Way
Introducing Work My Own Way Program Ambassador: Julie Grant – Kenney’s Flowers
Watch our 2nd Work My Own Way Program Ambassador – Julie Grant’s video story 

Julie Grant – Kenney’s Flowers Warragul, VIC

Julie has always loved flowers and what they represent and had the opportunity 10 years ago to turn her passion into a business. She’s become a one-stop-shop handling all aspects of the business including accounts, customer service, inventory, social media, and recent digital transformation into online sales.

Come and hear from Julie this Friday 7 June 2019 event  (6:00 pm  8:30 pm) at Century Inn in Traralgon.


Marketing Manager - Work My Own Way
Introducing Work My Own Way Program Ambassador: Shaun Little – The Window Guy

Watch Work My Own Way Program Ambassador Shaun Little’s story on what pushed him to start his own business:

Shaun Little – The Window Guy

Shaun wanted a job that was not only flexible, but that helped him develop key social skills that he felt he needed to succeed in business. He’s been self employed for over 15 years and become expert at how to self motivate and achieve goals, no matter how ambitious they might seem.

Come and hear Shaun speak about his experience at this Friday7 June 2019 event  (6:00 pm  8:30 pm) at Century Inn in Traralgon.



Head of Business Engagement - Localised
Cyber Security Small Business Program

The $10 million Cyber Security Small Business Program provides businesses with 19 or fewer employees with grants of up to $2,100 for a certified small business health check, to determine business risk and areas that need attention.

Click here to find out more.

Head of Business Engagement - Localised
Agribusiness Awards – entries now open!

Entries are open to nominate your business for the Excellence in Agribusiness Awards. Presented by Food & Fibre Gippsland, these awards recognise, celebrate and reward collaboration and innovation.

The competition adopts a two-tiered approach with the premier award, Gippsland Agribusiness of the Year, followed by a range of nine awards across the entire food and fibre supply chain.

Entries close 14 June 2019. Click here to find out more and to enter.

Head of Business Engagement - Localised
Gippsland Business Awards – nominations close this FRIDAY!

Don’t miss out on nominating your business or one you admire for this years Gippsland Business Awards – entries close 31 May!

Click on the link below for more information and to enter.

Herd Coworking – we are officially open!
Welcome to the Herd Coworking

We are officially open!

The day has come, you can now utilise the coworking space at The Herd! If you would like to be involved and use the space, all you have to do is book a tour! We offer tours all through the week, where you can get a feel for the space, ask any questions and learn about what we offer.

If you have any friends, family or colleagues who would like to be involved, let them know as well! We are also able to run group tours.

If you would like to book a tour to see the space, you can email your details through to or give us a call on 03 5644 3321

To have a sneak peak and read about what we have on offer, our website is now live at We look forward to seeing you soon!

Herd Coworking is an informal and affordable meeting space, hot desks + VR room in central Warragul . If you’re an entrepreneur, freelancer or creative and you’re sick of working from home alone, then come and join our coworking community! 💥

Communications and Content Coordinator - ArcBlue
Rail Project Victoria, Regional Rail Revival (Gippsland ) EOI’s open on the ICN

The $1.7B Regional Rail Revival program is a joint initiative of the Australian and Victorian governments and will upgrade stations, signalling and track across Victoria.

Regional Rail Revival will deliver the infrastructure necessary to run more reliable and frequent train services for regional Victorians.

Rail Projects Victoria (RPV) is responsible for the planning and implementation of the program on behalf of the State Government of Victoria.

EOI’s are now open for the Gippsland Line Upgrade ($530 million): 

  • Track duplication between Bunyip and Longwarry, and sections near Moe, Morwell and Traralgon
  • Second platforms at Bunyip, Longwarry, Morwell and Traralgon stations
  • Upgrades to signalling at Traralgon and relocation of stabling facilities
  • Level crossing upgrades along the line
  • Extending the passing loop at Morwell
  • Replacing the Avon River Bridge

Visit the Industry Capability Network website for more information.

Communications and Content Coordinator - ArcBlue
Diverse workplaces across regional Victoria

Connect50 is an exciting new initiative for employers across the Latrobe Valley, Ballarat, Bendigo and Geelong to engage talented university and TAFE students with disability through paid internships. This is a unique opportunity to build disability confidence and capability across your business, tap into a talented pool of candidates with disability and realise the benefits of a more diverse workforce.

Australian Network on Disability (AND) is managing the project which is funded by the Victorian Government as part of its economic participation plan for people with disability 2018-2020. From beginning to end, AND will provide expertise and support to the employers and candidates to ensure positive, accessible, and inclusive experiences. The internships run for a minimum of 152 hours (4 weeks full time) during the Winter and Summer semester breaks. AND is looking for employers who are interested in expanding their talent pool by hosting an intern as part of this project.

To find out more please contact Emma Henningsen on 03 9629 2871 or

GROW Gippsland encourages and supports inclusive employment practices, make the connection: