Does your business need to upgrade to the next generation of Australian broadband, or are you just looking for a better provider? iiNet Business NBN may be just what you need, with a great range of plans backed by our dedicated Business Support team. Find out how iiNet Business NBN has been performing at The Good Egg Café in Busselton, WA in our latest case study.
Passion drives most entrepreneurs to focus on their business. For Deb Hallyburton, Managing Director at The Good Egg Café in Busselton, her passion may hit a little closer to home than most.
“I lost my husband to brain cancer 4 years ago now – to help with my grief and to occupy my mind, I started a café. We opened nearly 1 year to the day of my husband’s anniversary.”
The level of care and dedication in Deb’s work is reflected in all aspects of her business, from boutique coffee beans and a seasonal menu bursting with flavour, to a beautifully decorated dining space. And in today’s climate, another core aspect of any good café is providing quality WiFi for customers.
“Customers frequent the café to work and play – internet is an important part of their visit,” says Deb.
However, it’s not just your average customer frequenting The Good Egg Café. The innovative space also features a work hub on the mezzanine level. That means speed and security are of the utmost importance.
“As we offer a workhub space it’s very important that my WiFi is secure and at the highest possible speed I can get.”
Fortunately, iiNet Business has been The Good Egg’s broadband provider since the business was founded. Deb has been very happy with the performance of her iiNet Business NBN broadband service, which provides the secure, reliable WiFi her customers love.
“I have so many things that I need to worry about in the day to day running of the café so it gives me peace of mind that my technology provider has all bases covered.”
To find out more about iiNet Business NBN plans, visit our website or call the iiNet Business Team on 13 86 89.
The Good Egg is a café with an earthy, industrial style vibe serving great coffee, homemade cakes and tasty food – and it does it with a difference.
“The cafés name is a tribute to my late husband – he called everyone a Good Egg – we also donate 5% of all profits to brain cancer research,” says Deb.
That’s not the only thing that sets The Good Egg apart from the rest – four private offices and a conference room are available for short term hire, plus a free public co-working area allows locals to work or study with access to free, secure WiFi. With a kid’s play area, a retail section selling artisan goods and regular creative and business workshops, The Good Egg has become a vibrant fixture of the Busselton community.