Case Study - NEPEAN INDUSTRY EDGE TRAINING

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Case Study: Nepean Industry Edge Training (NIET)

“Paul is really approachable and makes things simple. He goes into detail in the areas that he can see you need to know more about. He’s a gentleman in his approach - very happy to explain anything that you need without making you feeling embarrassed. Very easy to deal with and has managed to help me understand my numbers so I can be better at my business. He’s an absolute asset to my business.”
Sharyn Bellingham

Director, NIET (Nepean Industry Edge Training)



Sharyn Bellingham is passionate about people development. Her business Nepean Industry Edge Training  (NIET) are renowned as a quality focused and reputable training organisation, with industry connections allowing them to train students in current practices, giving their students job ready skills upon course completion.

Sharyn had been attending SMART Business Solutions Lunch & Learn events and webinars for several years as a non-client. In 2021 when COVID-19 was in its second year of continued business disruptions, Sharyn sought a business advisory and accounting team that offered a more proactive approach to business support. The rest, as they say, is history.

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