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The owner of a homewares business in his store. Over the top of the image there is text that says 'The SBDC provides free advice for small businesses in Western Australia'.

The SBDC provides free advice for small businesses in Western Australia

Speak to a business adviser

An SBDC business adviser

Call us on 133 140 or fill in our online request form and one of our business advisers will call you.

Please note: Our advisory service is available from 8:30am to 4:30pm on weekdays and is available to Western Australian residents only.

Settle business disputes

An SBDC adviser providing advice on a business dispute

If you have a dispute with another small business or government department, we can help you settle the issue without having to take it to court. Our free, easy to access dispute resolution service has assisted thousands of small businesses owners to quickly resolve their issues and get back to focusing on operations.

Subcontractor support

Hard hats lined up on a sea container

We are here to support contractors and subcontractors in WA’s construction industry; complementing services provided by Building and Energy (formerly known as the WA Building Commission).

Legislation going through State Parliament, expected to pass later in 2019, will provide our Small Business Commissioner with additional authority to investigate complaints of non-payment and poor industry practice. Discover what this will mean for you, and the help we can currently provide.

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New laws around single pricing

Are you aware of the new laws regarding single pricing when selling goods and services? With these changes now in effect, find out what they mean for your business, particularly if you sell online.
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New gift card laws for business

New gift card laws will be coming into play from 1 November 2019. Find out what this means for your business.
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