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Services for Small Business

Services for Small Business

 

Here you will find useful links to other organisations which can provide further information in relation to these key areas:

  

Starting a Small Business

Australian Bureau of Statistics
The Australian Bureau of Statistics can provide statistical and reference information for business, census and population data for South Australia that may assist during the planning and start-up phase of a small business.
Visit www.abs.gov.au

Federal Department of Industry and Science
Providing a Australian businesses with access to information and advice
Visit www.business.gov.au/about-businessgovau

SA Department of State Development
Practical tools and resources to assist in planning and starting your business.
Visit www.statedevelopment.sa.gov.au/industry/smallbusiness

Family Business Australia
Help and support for family owned and operated businesses in Australia
Visit www.fambiz.org.au

Franchising Council of Australia
Help and advice on best practice for running a franchise
Visit www.franchise.org.au

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Small Business Compliance & Finance

Australian Business Licence and Information Service
Find the government licences, permits, approvals, registrations, codes of practice, standards and guidelines you need to know about to meet your compliance responsibilities.
Visit ablis.business.gov.au

Australian Competition & Consumer Commission
Access resources and information to help small businesses understand certain rights and protections under the law.
Visit www.accc.gov.au

Australian Securities & Investments Commission
To register a business name and learn about the legal obligations associated with being a small business operator.
Visit www.asic.gov.au

Australian Taxation Office
Small business tax requirements including managing invoices, payments and paperwork, managing cash flow, GST lodging an activity statement and paying taxes and fees.
Visit www.ato.gov.au

Consumer and Business Services
Understanding the licences and registrations relating to your specific business will help you avoid unnecessary issues and possibly fines.
Visit www.cbs.sa.gov.au

Revenue SA
Information about payroll tax and other taxes affecting small business
Visit www.revenuesa.sa.gov.au

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Small Business Growth

Australian Trade Commission
The Australian Trade Commission can provide information, services and programs to South Australian Businesses looking to get into e-commerce or exporting overseas
Visit www.austrade.gov.au

Business Enterprise Centre
Help for businesses start-ups and growth
Visit www.becaustralia.org.au

IP Australia
IP Australia provides information about the right type of intellectual property for businesses, including registration, renewals and how to enforce or avoid infringement of intellectual property
Visit www.ipaustralia.gov.au

Office of the Industry Advocate
Ensuring local businesses are provided with the opportunity to tenure for State Government contacts.
Visit www.industryadvocate.sa.gov.au

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Small Business People & Training

Office of the Fair Work Ombudsman
Complying with the obligations relating to employing staff including aware and agreements and employee entitlements.
Visit www.fairwork.gov.au

Office of the Training Advocate
Information to small business in relation to available training systems in South Australia.
Visit www.trainingadvocate.sa.gov.au 

Office of the Commissioner for Equal Opportunity
Practical information in relation small businesses meeting their legal obligations to promote fairness within the workplace.
Visit www.eoc.sa.gov.au 

ReturntoWorkSA
South Australia’s new work injury insurance scheme will deliver better recovery and return to work outcomes for small business and people injured at work
Visit www.rtwsa.com

SafeWork SA
Learn about the regulations and requirements relating to providing a safe and healthy environment for staff, customers and clients who access your environment
Visit www.safework.sa.gov.au

WorkReady
Information in relation to employing an apprentice or trainee and the benefits to a small business
Visit www.skills.sa.gov.au    

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