One Agency Orange

Ash commenced his career in small business in 1991, owning very successful businesses in the retail, service, industrial, hospitality and events sectors. Having bought, sold and leased in the business sector, Ash is experienced in all facets of commercial property.

Working in the Orange community with a dedication to providing outstanding service to clients has resulted in the development of a busy and vibrant sales business in the Orange region.

Ash possess excellent communication, organisational and management skills, and is committed to providing total sales management solutions. Communicating with builders, developers and legal professionals. 

Morse Group

Daniel has lived in the central west for over 7 years after travelling the country in his younger years, and has worked with businesses in the central west to help identify the most effective tax treatments and sustainable business decisions for their thriving success.

Working with Morse Group for 7 years, and having been a Partner since 2017, Daniel works with clients in Orange, Bathurst, Sydney, right across Australia and the world.

​Daniel joined the Orange Business Chamber in 2015, became a board member in 2016, and accepted the treasurer position in 2017.

 

Daniel is proud to have been named a finalist in the only national accounting awards in the category of Young Accountant of the Year in 2016 and winning the Bathurst Business Chamber Award for young business executive in 2017.

WorkLocker

Born and Bred in the Central west, Jack Evans is 4th generation member of the Evans family to work in the family retail business. Jack has worked in the store for as long as he can remember, working weekends and holidays while at school, from an early age. After spending three years completing his degree at the University of Wollongong, Jack returned to Orange in 2018 to work in the family business full time.

 

Jack is continually learning from several generations of small businesses experience pasted down through family, and is a firm believer in the strengths of independent businesses and their ability to adapt and thrive in challenging times.

 Jack has a deep passion for Orange and the Central west region, and hopes to see it grow and prosper as the local businesses continue to thrive. He believes that the business chamber is in a powerful position to communicate and assist local business continue to thrive, and network, as the region and its communities continue to grow.

The Coaching Centre 

Shawn has worked throughout the Central West region since the family Dwyer's Transport started in 1981. Shawn manages The Coaching Centre, found right in the heart of Orange, offering both professional and personal developmental coaching programs.

As a certified lean six sigma business specialist he works with small to large business providing training, mentoring, and consulting for operational results. Shawn is a Member of the Australian Board of NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming), International Society of Neuro-Semantics and President of the International Meta-Coach Foundation.  The Coaching Centre offer certified and recognised NLP training including group and team coaching, self-actualization and NLP education.

Wealth Train

Daniel has lived in Orange for the past 10 years and established his independent financial advice business, Wealth Train, in 2015.

On the back of 18 years' experience in the financial services industry and degrees in Commerce and Economics, he is passionate about helping people of all ages and all incomes achieve financial success.

Daniel is married with three young children and two chickens and wants to play a part in Orange achieving its full potential.

Frame Effect & The Peisley St Gallery

Leiarna is a 42 yr old mother, wife, business owner and local.  Along with her husband, Jim, Leiarna is the owner of Frame Effect and The Peisley St Gallery.

 

Leiarna has been operating her current business for over 10 years and self-employed for over 18. 

 

Leiarna is a current member of the Orange Business Chamber, Orange360, the Future City Reference Group, Orange Regional Gallery and is Vice-President of the Kinross Wolaroi School Parents and Friends (K - 12) committe. Leiarna is a mother of 2 boys (12 & 10) who are active in sport (Rugby & Soccer) and have a close connection with Waratah Sports Club.

 

As a full-time carer of her brother-in-law, Leiarna has an understanding of the disability services sector, and can empathise with those that too are caring for others with a disability.

 

Leiarna is an active member of the Facebook group Central West Mums - a group of over 2,500 Mums from across the Central West banding together to form friendships, mentorship, encouragement and advice. 

 

Leiarna is local to Orange, having attended Sacred Heart Infants, St Josephs, and finishing at James Sheahan Catholic High School. Her family ties to Orange date back to 1950 when as migrants her grandparents settled here after being placed in the Parkes camps.

 

“In a world where every opportunity is available, the prosperity of Orange is important to secure our future growth, to engage the local community to stay and encourage new people to settle here. I believe our economic viability is the key”

The chamber is made up of six committee members and over 100 local businesses.

With these numbers, its clear to see that we are one of the most progressive chambers in NSW and our knowledge and support is second to none.

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