Welcome to the New to Business Essentials module on registrations.
When importing, it's important to find out if the goods you'd like to import are prohibited or restricted goods.
There are a number of structures that you can choose from when starting or expanding your business.
The CDIC provides export-ready companies with access to new or existing markets and international supply chains through Team Defence Australia events.
Provides employees with tax deductions for the cost of renting, purchasing or maintaining a non-compulsory uniform, where this clothing is registered by employers. Employers are also eligible for fringe benefit tax (FBT) concessions on any contribution they make towards the employee’s uniforms.
Who can apply:
At a minimum, you must:
- be an employer in Australia with a non-compulsory corporate uniform that meets the Approved Occupational Clothing Guidelines
- have a complete outfit as a non-compulsory uniform which includes a company identifier.
Other eligibility requirements may apply.
Starting an online business means applying for a business name, and finding out what licensing and permit requirements apply in your state or territory. You'll also want to get an internet domain name for your website after you figure out your business structure and apply for an ABN.
There are a number of factors to consider when selling your business, one of the most important being how much you would like to sell your business for.
Cybercrime in Australia is a growing threat and is becoming an attractive way for criminals to steal information, money or disrupt business.
It's important to check if there are any customs requirements on the goods you're exporting. This is controlled by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP).
Defence tender opportunities can be found on the AusTender website. A number of business areas in Defence publish information about how to do business with them.