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Hospitality sector given $290 to transform Melbourne’s CBD for world-class outdoor entertainment this summer

Victorians will experience summer in a whole new way this year, as we back businesses to reimagine the way they work – as part of a $290 million package that delivers further...

Victorian sole traders are thrown a $100m lifeline

Premier Daniel Andrews announced the Sole Trader Support Fund worth $100 million. The fund includes grants of up to $3,000 to over 30,000 eligible sole traders who operate in Victoria.

VIC’s $3bn Covid normal roadmap: includes over $1bn in cash grants for SMBs

A massive new support package will see $3 billion in cash grants, tax relief and cashflow support delivered to Victorian businesses as we work together to drive coronavirus cases down and progress...

One sole trader, shareholder, trustee or partner deemed eligible for Jobkeeper

If you’ve enrolled for the JobKeeper Payment, don’t forget to check if you can nominate an eligible business participant. An eligible business participant is an individual who’s not an...

‘Work and Wander out Yonder’ scheme supports regional WA industries without backpacker labour

The McGowan Government will invest $3 million to help attract Western Australians to seasonal agricultural jobs across the regions. "The agriculture, food and fisheries sectors play a vital role...

Small business grants extended to Oct in Tasmania

We know small businesses are the lifeblood of the community, which is why we’re continuing to support them as we recover and rebuild from the coronavirus pandemic. I am pleased to announce we are extending...

Additional $249m in COVID-related tax relief for small-to-medium Queensland businesses

The Palaszczuk Government will deliver an additional $249 million from existing funding in COVID-19 related tax relief to small and medium businesses across Queensland. Treasurer Cameron Dick said the measures will help protect small and...

$1.5m lifeline for struggling education businesses to redesign and target domestic market

State Development Minister and Champion for International Education Kate Jones has today approved a $1.5 million rescue package to save struggling education businesses from collapse during the coronavirus pandemic. The financial assistance lifeline announced by...

Insolvency and bankruptcy protections for struggling businesses extended to Dec

The Morrison Government will continue to provide regulatory relief for businesses that have been impacted by the Coronavirus crisis by extending temporary insolvency and bankruptcy protections until 31 December 2020. Regulations will be made to...

ASBFEO calls for crucial changes to small business loan scheme

The Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman Kate Carnell says small businesses would be more likely to take out a revenue contingent loan, than seek finance under the government’s current SME loan guarantee...
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