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Keep up to date with the Office of the Small Business Commissioner News and other information relating to small business.

Business Expo delivers Government support for small businesses in Mount Gambier

15/05/2017

Linking regional small business with a myriad of Local, State and Federal government services is a priority for the South Australian Small Business Commissioner John Chapman.

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Government Services for Small Business Support

08/05/2017

South Australian Small Businesses wanting information from Local, State and Federal Government agencies on business growth, management and compliance, tax and employment and more, should attend the BizLink Expo this month.

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Disrupt or be disrupted - Small Business need to know

08/05/2017

The number of small businesses being dramatically affected by disruptors in their industry is continuing at a rapid pace! Disruption challenges processes, management and the delivery of products and services.

Disruption can cause any successful business to question its purpose and consider other options. Understanding what disruption is and what it could mean to a business can help to ignite a stagnant business model.

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Are you a business leasing or looking to lease a retail or commercial property?

27/04/2017

Then there are important things you need to know about your lease agreement. Getting the right advice from the onset can save lots of time, money and stress later down the track.


The Office of the Small Business Commissioner (OSBC) is the statutory body that manages the lodgement of retail and commercial lease bonds and is responsible for the administration of the Retail and Commercial Leases Act 1995 (the Act). The office also provides a support service to lessors and lessees in relation to their rights and responsibilities under the Act.

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Alternative dispute resolution for small business, how does it work and how can it help?

24/04/2017

Each year hundreds of businesses seeking support in relation to a business to business dispute contact the Office of the Small Business Commissioner (OSBC). Alternative dispute resolution can be a cost and time effective way for businesses to reach a conclusion to a dispute they may find themselves in.

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