What Participants Have To Say About NEIS in Perth South

Here are just a few snippets from our Participants in Perth South NEIS Program “Fantastic training program I attribute this to Fiona’s unique style of teaching she is kind, patient &  very caring”.  Joe “It was very informative and we were well guided to set  up our business, especially financials and marketing”.  Farid   “I have learnt a great deal.  The course seemsRead More

Nelly Torque Classicafricana

Classic Africana – Nelly Torque

Nelly Torque had held a number of project roles in the IT and mining industry.  An achiever and  go getter, she had project managed multi billion dollar projects before she decided to start her own business with the help of the NEIS course in Perth South.   Her business, Classic Africana is an online retailerRead More

Best Healthy Kebabs

Best Healthy Kebabs

In August 2017, Ilhan from Best Healthy Kebabs started with the NEIS program to create his food truck business.  While training he spent his spare time building his food truck and getting it council approved which is no mean task. Through sheer determination, Ilhan’s  business is growing from strength to strength. The demand for hisRead More

Nightingale Guitars

In the last two months, Fraser Nightingale at Nightingale Guitars has jumped onto social media and has gone from zero to 1644 followers and growing every day. He averages 500 likes on each of his posts, creating awareness for his high quality and receiving orders for his guitars as a result. He is a trueRead More

Creative Performing Arts

Creative Performing Arts

Christina Odam is the owner and director of Creative Performing Arts (CPA). CPA is a performing arts school specialising in singing, acting and dancing. Before starting her business, Christina studied at Western Australia Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) with a Bachelor, Diploma and Certificate in Music Theatre. With over 15 years’ experience in Contemporary andRead More

Ancient Explorer – what a find!

Dr Lisa Dunbar Solas is an ancient explorer of the Central Andes and a leading expert on Inka ceremony and the sacred landscape. She contacted the Mission Providence NEIS team at Gosford to discuss the opportunity of running art and craft business selling Andean (think Inca & Aztecs) handmade crafts and delivery of workshops onRead More

Kylie helps students build skills for life

Kylie Hastings had been teaching and coaching maths and English for 20 years when she decided to start her own coaching business with the help of the Mission Providence NEIS program. Kylie loved teaching maths and English to Year 3 – Year 9 students but she saw the content as a means to an end.Read More

Robyn is taking ‘A pinch of’ to new heights

‘A pinch of’ is a small Tasmanian artisan food business that creates delicious and unique treats using local ingredients.  Its product range includes hand-crafted flavour infused salts, spices, Tasmanian native/wild food and a range of sweet treats including caramels, popcorn and flavoured walnuts. Sales were initially through local farmers’ markets and food fairs but itRead More

Three finalists for the NNA NEIS Awards

We are extremely proud to have three finalists in the National NEIS Association NEIS Awards. Robyn Mayne (‘a pinch of’) and Natalie Verriest, (Natalie Verriest Art & Design ) were both named as finalists for the BizCover NEIS-Change Award. Jane Simmonds, Mission Providence NEIS Consultant was named as a finalist for the Tim Cremean UnsungRead More

The King of Chairs

Thanks to Mission Providence NEIS, Chair King has grown from a mobile office chair repair service to supplying a range of new and reconditioned ergonomic seating. Continually responding to their customers’ needs, they also added a chair maintenance program and office chair audit to a client base that now encompasses Sydney, the Central Coast andRead More