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  • Introducing the Trade Mark COVID-19 Helpline - Challenges arising from the COVID-19 pandemic are affecting many of IP Australia’s customers, and Australian businesses are quickly learning to adapt to their changing circumstances. IP Australia applauds this flexible approach and have introduced their new Trade Mark COVID-19 Helpline to help support and assist these businesses. If you have an opportunity to explore different goods and services to those currently covered under your registered trade marks, then IP Australia are here to help you. Learn more about the Trade Mark COVID-19 Helpline.
  • Easing of restrictions - A national three step plan to relax coronavirus restrictions has been announced, with states and territories to decide when each step will be implemented locally. Learn more about restrictions on services.
  • JobKeeper Payment - If you’ve enrolled for the JobKeeper Payment it’s now time to identify yourself or your eligible employees. If you're a sole trader with no employees you still need to take this step. To learn more, what the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) video on Jobkeeper Payment: step 2 - identify and maintain.
  • Planning tool to help businesses reopen and be COVIDSafe - The National COVID-19 Coordination Commission (NCCC) has launched a planning tool to help you develop a plan to keep your workers, customers and the community safe as you reopen or increase your business activities. Learn more about NCCC planning tool.

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