Meet Jason Mellor, owner and operator of CH4 Gas & Plumbing. Having been a member of the Wanneroo Business Association for more than 2 years, read on to get to know him, as he shares more about his business and experience with the WBA so far.
Tell us more about your business:
CH4 Gas & Plumbing started in 2017 when I left the fly in fly out game to spend more time with daughter. I am the Owner Operator of a plumbing and gas services business in and around the Perth metro. I am primarily based in the Northern suburbs offering maintenance and installation. My ideal client would be a homeowner and my biggest win was winning an insurance contract for Midcity
Please share your biggest business challenge
The hardest part of being in business is getting my name out there so people know me, this is why I am part of the Wanneroo Business Association.
Summarise the Wanneroo Business Association in 3 words:
Support, contacts, friendly
What is your favourite thing about the WBA: I love the Wanneroo Business Association because they offer friendly support. I also love attending their Coffee Catch Ups.
Have you done direct business with any members?
Yes, I have assisted lots of Wanneroo Business Association members since being part of the association. These include Nigel Santa Maria – WBA President, Jacek Bak – Perth 1 Media, James McCormack – Black and White IT Support, Cherry’s Catering, WBA Board Members Steven Windsor – Pascoe Partners Accountants and Heather Cole – The Northern Guide, Tammy Brown – TLB Admin Support, Peter Newbound – WA Insurance Brokers and many more
Please share your first experience of the WBA was: I went and spoke to Wanneroo Business Association’s General Manager Lauren Bell for some advice before I joined up. I decided to join to try and get my name out there and to let people know who I am and what I do.
Favourite WBA event format and WHY: I loved the business expo, I had a booth and it was a great way to promote my business
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