Welcome to the sixth edition of Grow magazine.
Grow is a fresh, regional business publication which highlights the many innovative and positive developments occurring in industries across the booming Casey Cardinia Region.
Grow is a publication for businesses to communicate with each other. Need marketing advice? Need to beef up security? Need to know what the NBN means for you? Grow can help, thanks to expert contributors and advertisers who are committed to helping businesses and the region succeed.
In this issue of Grow meet the CEO and founder of Pakenham tech-business PaSME, which was recently voted among the 100 coolest companies in Australia.
Also in the tech-space are husband and wife team Sukhbir and Anne Mehla, who operate Zeemo from the Casey Business Hub in Narre Warren.
The couple and their staff are kept on their toes by the fast changing world of web design and social media.
Growing her business on both sides of Port Phillip bay is Sproutwell founder Lisa Cowley whose greenhouse business is thriving in Officer and Geelong making her an AusMumpreneur award finalist.
Federation University has made a long-term investment in the region, taking over the former Monash University site in Clyde Road, Berwick. Doctor Soma Pillay talks to Grow about her passion for education and what businesses can expect from the next generation of graduates from the university’s business school.
There is also an update on the new jobs-generating rail depots in Cardinia Shire and business leaders talk to Grow about what an airport in the region would mean for the local economy.
On a lighter note, Highview Accounting principal Silvio Marinelli talks to Grow about his love of cricket, a very English game which spun up friendships to a kid from an Italian immigrant family.
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