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Plan & Start

Develop your business plans

Understand the importance of business planning, including how to develop a business plan, marketing plan, protecting your intellectual property, and planning for emergencies and succession planning of your business.

Plan & Start

Plan & Start

Starting your own business can be an exciting but daunting time. To make sure you get off on the right foot, it’s important to plan properly and find out what’s involved.

Grants & assistance

Supplier Improvement Plan

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Would you like to improve your supply chain performance and better understand your customer’s needs and requirements? A Supplier Improvement Plan service is for you.

Grants & assistance

Farm Water Supply Planning Scheme WA

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Helps commercial broad-acre farmers to complete an on-farm water supply plan to increase reliability of farm water supplies in WA.

Grants & assistance

Business Evaluation

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Provides businesses with access to experienced, independent Business Advisers in order to review the business and provide a Business Evaluation Action Plan with recommended strategies for business improvement or growth. The Evaluation includes up to 12 months of mentoring to help implement the strategies.

Who can apply:

At a minimum, you must:

  • be a for-profit, non-tax exempt company that is registered for GST and operating in Australia for at least three years
  • have an annual turnover or operating expenditure between $1.5 million ($750,000 for remote Australia and Northern Territory) and $100 million.
  • be operating in a specified Growth Sector.

Other eligibility requirements may apply.

Plan & Start

A business or a hobby?

Understand the difference between a business or a hobby. Deciding if you are a business or hobby can affect your taxation, licensing and insurance requirements so it's important to get it right.

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Jobs Action Plan NSW

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Provides businesses operating in NSW with a $6,000 payroll tax rebate to employ new workers in new eligible employment.

Who can apply:

At a minimum, you must:

  • be an employer who is paying payroll tax
  • not have more than 50 full time employees
  • hire new full-time employees whose jobs will be mainly performed in NSW.

Other eligibility requirements may apply.