Are you interested in small business finance to enhance your business?
There are incentives available that can support your business growth. Please review the following questions to determine if you qualify.
- Would your business be interested in undertaking an evaluation that aims to identify several key areas for improvement and growth?
- Would you be interested in this evaluation conducted at your premises by an independent, qualified and experienced government-employed consultant?
- Would you be interested in this evaluation being FREE?
- Would you be interested in participating in this evaluation that earned you a $20,000 grant to spend on business improvements?
- Would you be interested in a research study conducted by the Australian Bureau of Statistics that showed businesses that had undertaken the evaluation increased their revenue by approximately $300,000, and those that subsequently accessed and used the available grant grew by $600,000?
If you said yes to any of the above questions, read on to see if your business qualifies for financial help.
Qualification criteria for financial help:
To qualify, you must be involved in one of five key industries: Food & Agriculture, Medical Technologies & Pharmaceuticals, Mining Equipment, Advanced Manufacturing and Oil, Gas & Energy Resources, or any supporting industry to the above such as commercial construction.
NB: this is not available to retail businesses.
If this is your business and you have been trading for three years or more and have a turnover of between $1.5 – $100M, then you qualify for this initiative.
If you want to know more or are unsure if you qualify, don’t hesitate to contact us to discuss.
*Correct as of February 2015
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