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Expert advisory and facilitation support to eligible SME businesses to build capacity and capability. Key focus is to support growth through individual support, supply chain facilitation projects working with key customers and their suppliers and specific support to businesses with high growth potential. This assistance includes development of action plans and funding of up to $20,000 on a $1 for $1 basis for businesses to engage further specialist expertise to implement those actions. Features of the Service Funding Body: Department of Industry, Innovation & Science Stage of Business Supported Established Businesses (beyond the first twelve months) Longer Term (beyond the first five years) Fee: There is no fee charged to access this service. Restrictions on Service: Turnover between $1.5m and $100m. Registered with an ACN.
Assistance to Tasmanian firms (must have an ABN) to enter, expand in and across international markets for the sale of their goods and/or services. The firm must be already exporting or be export ready in the sense they have all their promotional material, licences and registrations to allow them to immediately export. Features of the Service Funding Body: Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade – Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade) Stage of Business Supported Early Stage (within the first twelve months) Established Businesses (beyond the first twelve months) Fee: There is no fee charged to access this service. Restrictions on Service: N/A
TFGA House, Corner Cimitiere and Charles Street, Launceston
Our members and the community see The Chamber as the leading independent voice representing and supporting business. The Launceston Chamber of Commerce is unashamedly ‘pro-Launceston’ and passionate about making a difference to businesses within our region. We are courageous in ensuring our members’ views are well known and committed to advancing their needs in the broader business environment. The Launceston Chamber of Commerce was formed in 1849 and is the oldest Chamber in Australia. Features of the Service Stage of Business Supported Intender (wanting to start the business) Early Stage (within the first twelve months) Established Businesses (beyond the first twelve months) Longer Term (beyond the first five years) Fee: Membership Fees and Event Registration Costs.
Level 1, 29 Paterson Street, Launceston
Business Tasmania is the complete support service for all small Tasmanian businesses. Contact us with any business related query and we will find the answer. Ask about our programs and we will explain how we can help start or grow you business. Business Tasmania provides assess to free business advice and mentoring, as well as useful tools and tips for starting or running a small business in Tasmania. Our service is easy to use, free and confidential. Business Tasmania provides information on a range of events, workshops and initiatives designed to help Tasmanian businesses grow. The service also provides advice about the licenses, registrations or permits you need to operate your business. You can speak to the Business Tasmania team Monday to Friday 9am – 5pm, email the team at any time and receive a reply during business hours, follow the service on Facebook or Twitter and subscribe to our e-newsletter and receive all the latest information. Features of the Service Funding Body: Department of State Growth, Tasmania Stage of Business Supported Intender (wanting to start the business) Early Stage (within the first twelve months) Established Businesses (beyond the first twelve months) Longer Term (beyond the first five years) Fee: […]
The Van Diemen Project is funded through the Department of State Growth’s Enterprise Centres Tasmania program to offer clear and considered business advice for companies, business and organisations through one-on-one consultation, workshops and networking events. We are funded to support small and medium business owners in each of the Flinders Island, George Town, Northern Midlands, Launceston and West Tamar local government areas. That’s right – free business advice for up to five hours! Whether you are at the ‘dreaming’ stage and have a new idea for a business, or you’re an existing business looking to make some changes or grow, our advisors can help you develop or refine your business plan, map out a marketing strategy, set goals for greater success and – when you’re ready – plan your exit. Features of the Service Funding Body: Department of State Growth, Tasmania Stage of Business Supported Intender (wanting to start the business) Early Stage (within the first twelve months) Established Businesses (beyond the first twelve months) Longer Term (beyond the first five years) Fee: There is no fee charged to access this service. Restrictions on Service: Less than 20 FTE
Level 1, 93 York Street, Launceston
The Tasmanian Government’s Enterprise Centres Tasmania program provides intenders and existing businesses with up to five hours of assistance, delivered at their home, business or other convenient location. We provide a range of assistance, including business advice, coaching and simply connecting you with others in our network who may be able to help. Features of the Service Funding Body: Department of State Growth, Tasmania Stage of Business Supported Intender (wanting to start the business) Early Stage (within the first twelve months) Established Businesses (beyond the first twelve months) Longer Term (beyond the first five years) Fee: Most are free, others are low cost. Restrictions on Service: Less than 20 FTE
3 Gollan Street, Ulverstone
Co-working space, organisation of tech based events, mentor support for small companies. Features of the Service Funding Body: Office of the Coordinator General, Tasmania Stage of Business Supported Early Stage (within the first twelve months) Fee: There is no fee charged to access this service. Restrictions on Service: N/A
24 Paterson Street, Launceston
Business & Employment have been delivering small business advisory services to Tasmanians for over 25 years. The Australian Small Business Advisory Services (ASBAS) programme is an Australian Government funded initiative managed through the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science which started in 2010. Business & Employment deliver this service in Hobart and Launceston and in doing so offer low-cost support for small to medium business. We provide a range of tools, guides and information to clients for a wide range of business issues. The most common matters raised by clients include: Marketing Business Planning Employment issues (employer’s obligations) GST and taxation issues Regulations and red tape Access to business networking opportunities Business set up issues Access to local contacts and professional services Government programs – advice and assistance to access
26 Elizabeth Street, Launceston
Introductory workshops; information and referral. There is also a small amount of one on one business mentoring after participants have attended a start-up workshop.
95-99 Cameron Street, Launceston
The Entrepreneurs’ Programme is the Australian Government’s flagship initiative for business competitiveness and productivity. It forms part of the Australian Government’s National Innovation and Science Agenda. The programme offers support to businesses through four elements: Accelerating Commercialisation – helps small and medium businesses, entrepreneurs and researchers to commercialise novel products, services and processes Business Management – experienced Business Advisers and Facilitators review business operations, including business direction, strategy, growth opportunities and supply chain. They provide a report with strategies for business improvement and work with you to make them happen. Incubator Support – assists New and Existing Incubators to improve the prospects of Australian start-ups achieving commercial success in international markets, through helping them to develop their business capabilities. Innovation Connections – experienced Innovation Facilitators work with your business to identify knowledge gaps that are preventing your business growth. The outcome is an Innovation Facilitation Report. Practical support for businesses includes: advice from people with relevant private sector experience co-funded grants to commercialise new products, processes and services funding to take advantage of growth opportunities connection and collaboration opportunities. Features of the Service Funding Body: AusIndustry Stage of Business Supported Established Businesses (beyond the first twelve months), Longer Term (beyond […]
The Australian Industry Group (Ai Group®) is a peak employer organisation representing traditional, innovative and emerging industry sectors. We are a truly national organisation which has been supporting businesses across Australia for more than 140 years. Ai Group is genuinely representative of Australian industry. Together with partner organisations we represent the interests of more than 60,000 businesses employing more than 1 million staff. Our members are small and large businesses in sectors including manufacturing, construction, engineering, transport & logistics, labour hire, mining services, the defence industry, civil airlines and ICT. Our vision is for a Thriving industry and a prosperous community. We offer our membership strong advocacy and an effective voice at all levels of government underpinned by our respected position of policy leadership and political non-partisanship. With more than 250 staff and networks of relationships that extend beyond borders (domestic and international) we have the resources and the expertise to meet the changing needs of our membership. We provide the practical information, advice and assistance you need to run your business. Our deep experience of industrial relations and workplace law positions Ai Group as Australia’s leading industrial advocate. We listen and we support our members in facing their challenges […]
The Break O’Day Business Enterprise Centre helps thousands of small business people up and down the East Coast of Tasmania, and as part of a national network of Business Enterprise Centres, can really make a difference. The Business Enterprise Centre services clients from the North East of the State down as far as Triabunna and Orford and across to the Midlands. Our team of consultants are keen to assist small and micro businesses meet the ever-changing demands of doing business.
1/34 Quail St, St Helens, Tasmania