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The Butler Did It!

Tags: Tony Piccolo MP / Light Electorate / Local Business


  • By Tony Piccolo
  • Jul 31, 2018
The Butler Did It!

“Butler” Mr Henry Lawson ready to serve local small businesses.


In many crime fiction stories, you hear the refrain that “the butler did it”!

In this case, it is the butler, who is doing it.

The butler (yes, he is a butler) is Munnp Para West resident and small businessperson, Mr Henry Lawson.

Mr Lawson operates Henry's Executive Services, South Australia's premier provider of professional hospitality services.

Whether you are visiting Adelaide for an overnight business trip or spending a week travelling our wonderful State and taking in our world-renowned wine regions, Mr Lawson can cater for your every need and desire.

Mr Lawson says subtle details, tailored gestures, genuine warmth are all part of their professional service.

Mr Lawson’s other great passion is to support other small businesses in the region. With that in mind, Mr Lawson has established the Northern Adelaide Small Business Network.

Mr Lawson said at the Northern Adelaide Small Business Network, they are all about bringing businesses together to grow and support each other.

“To this end we have decided to create a ‘Tradefest’, an event where local small businesses and artists can showcase what they do to the general public,” Mr Lawson said.

“The Trade show will be hosting local small businesses and also market style stalls.”

“We are hoping that this will increase lead generation and therefore sales, enabling more small businesses to grow and hopefully employ staff.”

The first Northern Suburbs Trade Show will be held on the 12th August 2018 at the Gawler and Barossa Jockey Club, running from 10am to 4pm.

Local Member of Parliament, Mr Tony Piccolo has welcomed Mr Lawson’s initiative as micro, homebased and small businesses in the northern suburbs of the Light electorate need support to grow.

Mr Piccolo said the philosophy of the Network is that as business owners, they can all help each other.

“It could be a friendly chat or a referral, but they can all empathize with the issues that can arise from being a business owner.”

“They all know that positive word of mouth or referrals are one of the best ways to gain new clients and customers.”

Mr Lawson said that as Facebook is changing yet again it would be amazing to build a network where you know whom you are talking to.


All enquiries should be directed to Mr Lawson at, via Facebook at or contact him on 0419 255 897.



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