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    RECONNECTING: Stacey Taig started her role as Business Horsham ambassador this week. Picture: PAUL CARRACHER

Stacey to champion Horsham business

Business Horsham has appointed one of its founders to an ambassador role, designed to ‘champion’ individual aspirations and target new projects.

Stacey Taig, who helped establish Business Horsham Inc, started her new position this week and said she was excited to be a personal advocate and representative for the region’s business community. 

Ms Taig has a substantial and notable background in marketing, media and business management.

“I was involved in Business Horsham in its establishment so it’s something I’ve always been passionate about,” she said.

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“I’ve been out of the workforce a long time with kids and to get back into the swing of things with Business Horsham is ideal.”

Business Horsham leaders chose Ms Taig for the role because of her experience and qualifications, along with ‘her enthusiasm for local business development and passion for Horsham and its overall business success and progress’.

Ms Taig said she was starting to reconnect with members and wanted to make sure they had everything they needed to ride out the COVID-19 pandemic. 

“I want to check that everyone is doing okay at the moment,” she said. 

“I’m hoping that if there is anybody who needs help – even though there is various support available from Horsham council and other groups – that they can come to us and we can work out how to help them.”

Moving forward, Ms Taig said she was keen to be involved in a range of special projects.

“We are always looking for opportunities to benefit the region’s business community,” she said.

Ms Taig’s resume includes stints as a small business advisor and Wimmera Business Centre manager; sessional teacher in business management at Federation University Australia; campus business manager, Federation University Australia; and partner-owner of Ellery and Black. 

People can call Ms Taig on 0423 200 332 or email for more information. 

– Sarah Matthews