RATEPAYERS paid for two business owners to attend an intensive program at Curtin University called Ignition last month.
The scholarship to the Ignition program was part of the City of Canning’s pilot business mentoring program.
Shelley resident Nicole Smith is in the testing stage of a uniquely shaped scone that is easy to hold and eat.
Frendale’s Ian Balfe is developing an insurance app.
Canning Mayor Paul Ng said both recipients exemplified the innovation and creativity which made Canning “such a hotbed for business success”.
Deputy Mayor Lindsay Holland with scholarship recipients Ian Balfe and Nicole Smith and City of Canning strategic positioning executive manager Mark Holdsworth.