State Government of Victoria
In response to the impacts of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the Victorian Government has announced a $1.7 billion economic survival and jobs package.
The Victorian Government is calling on small to medium businesses (SMEs) to take part in new research into gender pay equity in the workplace.
In response to the recent bushfires across Australia, the Federal Government has announced a suite of measures to immediately support impacted small businesses.
The Victorian Government is supporting tourism businesses directly impacted by the recent bushfires in East Gippsland and North East Victoria with a new initiative that encourages organisations to take their business to the regions.
A new permanent dedicated agency, Bushfire Recovery Victoria (BRV), will work directly with local communities impacted by Victoria’s devastating bushfires, as the long process of rebuilding and recovery begins.
It will be easier for business owners to understand their leases and get money back in their pocket quicker under amendments to the Retail Leases Act introduced into Parliament today.
Small construction businesses will save up to $42.6 million a year through reforms that will make it easier for owners to understand and meet their regulatory obligations.
The value of Victoria’s burgeoning visitor economy has soared to $30 billion, cementing tourism as a key driver of the state’s economy and a jobs powerhouse.
The Victorian Government’s open data tool helping businesses make better decisions, is now an award winner
New energy protections will apply to Victorian small businesses from 1 July.
The Small Business Friendly Council (SBFC) initiative is being rolled out across Victoria. Developed by the Victorian Small Business Commission (VSBC) with local councils, the initiative aims to make it a lot easier for small businesses to do business.
The Victorian State Government has announced the establishment of a $250 million Victorian Business Growth Fund for small and medium enterprises to help them access capital and create jobs to grow the Victorian economy.
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27 Aug 2019