There are lots of free business advice programs provided by all levels of government.
B-Hub is now onsite in Wollongong with free, confidential advice to help you start, run, adapt and grow your business.
It’s a tough time for local businesses. In recognition of the challenges many of you are facing, Wollongong City Council and Southern Region Business Enterprise Centre (SRBEC) have partnered to bring you B-Hub: a small business support hub ready to provide you with tailored advice and support.
All businesses in the Wollongong City Council area are invited to improve their skills and develop solutions for their long-term sustainability as we move beyond COVID-19.
B-Hub is located at 93 Crown Street, Wollongong and is open Monday to Friday from 10am to 2pm.
For more information, visit the SRBEC website or call 0409 889 129.
The Australian Government provides a range of business resources, including details about eligibility for government grants and financial assistance for business.
Visit business.gov.au to learn more.
GrantConnect is a central point for you to find business grants available through the Australian Government.
The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) website is your go-to resource for taxation and superannuation information.
iAccelerate is a unique business incubation program. It helps startups, early stage businesses and established businesses to grow quickly, providing education, networking, advice and mentoring, and office space. The program can also help new businesses access seed funding.
Find out more on the iAccelerate website.
Advantage SME is an initiative for businesses looking to collaborate with the University of Wollongong.
Export Market Development Grants (EMDG) is a key Australian Government financial assistance program for aspiring and current exporters.
If you run a multicultural business, you can get help and support through Illawarra Multicultural services in partnership with the Business Connect – Community Migrant Resource Centre. They offer business workshops and one-on-one advisory sessions.
The local team has advisors who speak Vietnamese, Arabic, Mandarin and Korean.
To register for multicultural business advice, visit the Business Connect website or call 1300 650 058.
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