About Us

The core purpose of Business Station is to help small businesses thrive. We facilitate, encourage and promote economic development in WA, QLD and NT by enabling and supporting the establishment, growth and ultimate success of new and small businesses.
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The Business Station Team

Our People

Business Station is run by an energetic bunch of professionals who are passionate about empowering Australian businesses. The core purpose of Business Station is to help small businesses thrive. We facilitate, encourage and promote economic development across WA, QLD and NT by enabling and supporting the establishment, growth and ultimate success of new and small businesses. To find out more about our amazing team of superhumans, visit one of our spaces or explore our programs.

Mission & Vision

Our board members help to ensure all strategic decisions are made to help us achieve our vision to see small business owners be successful, individuals flourish and communities grow and our mission to accelerate small business owner’s success and sustainability to enable their goals and aspirations to be achieved. The role of the Board includes:
  • Establish the organisations vision and mission
  • Review and approval of large expenditure
  • Provide strategic guidance and support
  • Determine and monitor products, services and programs
  • Monitor and manage financial resources
To learn more about our board members, click on their profiles!
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Collaboration & Recognition

Business Station and the programs delivered by Business Station and our partners are critical to the success of many small businesses across Australia. The delivery of a consistent brand and voice across all communications is important for us, and all of our partners. Consistency allows our clients and beneficiaries to easily and quickly recognise services we are all providing, and builds a strong foundation for respect, recognition and mutually beneficial engagement. We look forward to furthering our relationships and building our brand into becoming the voice of small businesses in Australia. The only way we can achieve this is through consistency.

Success Stories

BUSINESS NAME: World Wide Workforce
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THEIR STORY: World Wide Workforce, owned and run by Graeme Sellars specialises in recruitment labour hire – predominantly for heavy duty mechanics and operators. The business employs people from overseas and Australia. Graeme started the business because he saw the opportunity to work for himself and make a difference. He signed…
BUSINESS NAME: Pamela Millican
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THEIR STORY: Pamela Millican is a mindset coach and empowerment strategist. “I’m all about changing someone’s perspectives because people keep themselves stuck firm by the faulty beliefs they gain as a child. I help people find out where they are right now. Why they’re still stuck there if they want to…
BUSINESS NAME: The iHelp Small Businesses Centre
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THEIR STORY: After four years Steve, the owner of The iHelp Small Businesses Centre decided to come back out of retirement. His reason? Basically boredom. “I used to be a trouble-shooter, I’d go to businesses and fix them up. I moved to Rockhampton and did some work as a loss adjuster….
BUSINESS NAME: AGuyIKnow
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THEIR STORY: Founded in 2015 by Graham Hall, AGuyIKnow is a Perth business creating online learning content and explainer videos for businesses of all sizes. “We do four things. The first is explainer videos and online learning. The second thing is a package – it’s a program of work, this is…
BUSINESS NAME: Pardon My French Treats
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THEIR STORY: Pardon My French Treats owner and self-taught baker Yeelin Li started her small business out of necessity in November 2020. A mum of three from Mauritius, she had planned to go back, but then the pandemic happened. With childcare being expensive she decided to go back to work by…
BUSINESS NAME: The Glasses Lady
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THEIR STORY: Tracy Murray, owner of The Glasses Lady was disillusioned with the optometry world’s increasing focus on profits over people, so she started a business that shifted the spotlight back. The Glasses Lady offers a unique eyewear styling experience, with made-to-measure glasses customised to the personality and taste of the…
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Strategic Partners

City of Joondalup
The City of Joondalup is part of the Small Business Friendly Local Government (SBFLG) initiative, which was developed by the Small Business Development Corporation (SBDC). As part of this initiative, the City partners with…
The City of Joondalup is part of the Small Business Friendly Local Government (SBFLG) initiative, which was developed by the Small Business Development Corporation (SBDC).
Edith Cowan University
ECUBIC was established in 2003 following the receipt of grant funding from the Commonwealth Department of Employment, Workplace Relations and Small Business as part of their Business Incubator program. The City of Joondalup and…
ECUBIC was established in 2003 following the receipt of grant funding from the Commonwealth Department of Employment, Workplace Relations and Small Business as part of their Business Incubator program.
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