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Useful Links for New Businesses

  • Businness.gov.au - business.gov.au is an online government resource for the Australian business community. Business.gov.au offers you simple and convenient access to all of the government information, forms and services you need. It's a whole-of-government service providing essential information on planning, starting and growing your business.
  • Australian Small Business Commissioner – The role of the Australian Small Business Commissioner is to represent small business interests and concerns to the Australian Government.
  • Australia.gov.au - Find government information about growing and managing your small business.

It’s also important to take advantage of local business advice available in your state:

Are you starting out on your own? Need some advice?
Here is a list of helpful websites to get your new business kick-started.

Deciding to start your own business is a big decision, and for many, the first few months will seem like a daunting time. Finding the reliable business advice can help make the difference. We get that new business owners are busy, you don’t have a lot of spare time to trail through the endless websites claiming to offer the best business advice and most often or not you don’t have spare money to pay for such services. Good news, we have done the legwork for you and compiled a list of helpful/trusted business advice sites so that you can be fully prepared for your new venture.

On a national level, the Australian government have some useful websites which offer a range of business advice. Check out:

New South Wales & Australian Capital Territory ​
If you’re looking to start a new business in NSW make sure you check out the Small Biz Connect. They offer personalised, face-to-face, highly subsidised business advice on how to manage and enhance your business skills. The ACT Government Business Advice webpage offers a range of advice including starting your business, tips to run a successful business and ideas on how to grow your business.

The Queensland governments Business and Industry Portal features a range of topics from starting a new business, QLD business licensing, competitor profiling and so much more.
If you’re looking for an objective opinion on how to tackle a problem you are facing in your business Small Business Solutions could help. Small Business Solutions is a Queensland Smart State initiative that provides a range of dedicate business mentors at subsidised prices. 

Useful Links for New Businesses

Northern Territory 
If you live in the North Territory then check out the Business Enterprise Centre (BEC). The BEC is a partially funded service between the Australian and NT governments. They offer free support and advice to those who want to start or expand an existing business.
Also visit the Start. Run. Grow. Website, Start. Run. Grow provide a range of training, planning, workshops and business advice with the aim to broaden the Northern Territories’ economic base.

Western Australia
WA’s Small Business Development Corporation covers a range of topics from Business planning, franchising, insurance and risk management plus much more.
Also check out the Small Business Newsroom. This site has update to date business information and useful “key date” reminders so you know you haven’t missed any important business deadlines.

South Australia 
The Department of State Development offers a range of support for business start-ups and existing small and family businesses.
Plus South Australia’s Chamber of Commerce and Industry also provides a range of training and business support for South Australian residents.

Business Victoria is a very informative website which offers a range of advice for small businesses including: how to manage money, tips and advice for marketing and sales, things to consider when hiring staff, plus information about local grants.

Small Business Centres are a network of business centres that provide a range of small business services throughout both metropolitan and regional Victoria.
The Small Business Mentoring Service (SBMS) is a not-for profit association that has a range of business mentors, you can search for your mentor and book an appointment online.

Business.tas.gov.au offers a range of information to assist new businesses including; a handy start up business checklist plus information on government funding and assistance.
The Department of State Growth also offers Business advisory and mentoring services through their state-wide network of Enterprise Centres, which have been set to help small business owners reach their full potential. 

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