Especially when you’re trying to teach your kids long division and run a meeting at the same time.
We understand that this is a busy time, so we’ve compiled a list of small business grants and initiatives to help get you started/keep you going, so you can get back to the important things, like remembering how to do long division.
1. Australian made and owned marketplace | Buy Aussie Now
A marketplace for Aussie made and owned businesses and a destination to shop Australian.
2. Click for Vic
The State’s primary tourism, business, and major events company, working in partnership with the tourism industry to market Victoria and Melbourne.
3. Facebook Black Owned Small Business Grants Program | Facebook for Small Business
To support the Black business community, Facebook is offering $100 million to Black-owned small businesses, Black creators and non-profits serving the Black community.
4. Third Round of Business Support Fund Grants | Business Victoria
The Victorian Government has announced a third round of the Business Support Fund to provide direct financial support to businesses impacted by restrictions in Victoria.
5. Go Local First
A campaign encouraging Australians to back small businesses by purchasing goods or services from either them in person or online. Register to add your business to their inventory.
If you need any advice on what or how to apply for or if you just need to chat, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.