Small Business Centres

Small Business Centres provide assistance and support to new and existing businesses by offering:

  • practical help 
  • referral to specialist advisers (accountants, lawyers, and so on)
  • help through the maze of government departments and regulations
  • business workshops
  • business information
  • help with problem solving.

Located in city and country areas

Small Business Centres are located in city and country areas to assist you with growing your existing business, or exploring new business ideas.

A management committee with representatives from business, private sector organisations and local government, support a manager who will work with you to achieve your goals.

Assistance with planning for growth and development

If you want to start a business with a solid foundation, or improve an existing business, your local Small Business Centre can assist you to plan for growth and development.

The Small Business Centre managers have business experience and can relate to your needs and provide practical assistance. They can also simplify the process of accessing private and public sector support and development programs available to your business.

Small Business Centres have networks of contacts they can access to find answers to your inquiries about:

  • finance
  • marketing
  • business planning
  • market research
  • trade information
  • home based business
  • regulations and licensing

Small Business Centres are supported by:

  • The Small Business Development Corporation
  • Local Government
  • Regional Chambers of Commerce
  • State Government Agencies
  • Business and Industry Associations


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