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Commonwealth Government Australian Competition and Consumer Commission: business
ACCC information and resources relating to the protection of the interests of small businesses in Australia
State Government Better Workplaces
Providing information and resources to assist Tasmanian small businesses with modern employment and workplace practice from the Department of Economic Development, Tourism and the Arts
Local Government Business (Hobart City Council)
Hobart City Council information for business, providing an overview of Hobart's business environment
Local Government Business and investment (Launceston City Council)
Links to information relating to business and economic development in Launceston
Commonwealth Government Business consultation website
Australian Government initiative offering businesses and individuals more opportunities to be consulted about government policies and regulations that may affect them. Register to receive notifications of new public consultations that are posted to the site by government agencies
State Government Business Loan Finder
The Victorian Government's online business loan finder for small business, with access for Tasmanian businesses facilitated by the Tasmanian Government. The BLF site quickly compares and ranks loans by their true monthly costs
Commonwealth Government business.gov.au
Australian Government portal providing access to whole-of-government information and online transactions relating to planning, starting, and running a business
State Government business.tas.gov.au
Business.tas.gov.au has all your business needs in one place. You’ll find help with getting on line, tips on employing people, links to business registrations, news on grants and funding, open government tenders ...
Local Government Economic development (Glenorchy City Council)
Glenorchy City Council information on its commitment to sustainable economic development, its economic objectives and services for business, and the investment opportunities in the Glenorchy area. Includes a link to the Economic Development Action Plan
State Government Enterprise Centres Tasmania
Details of support services provided by Enterprise Centres, with contact information for the Centres in each of the regions
Commonwealth Government Franchising (ACCC)
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission's Franchising Code of Conduct is a mandatory industry code that has the force of law. Links to other franchising information and publications are provided
Local Government Hobart City Council Economic Development Priorities
The Council's Economic Development Unit is responsible for a broad range of issues from land development to business advice and referral, to industry development and the keeping of key data about the Hobart economy. The Unit is also responsible for the development and delivery of the Council's Economic Development Strategy
Local Government Huon Valley Directory
This directory highlights a broad spectrum of services the Council provides to the community from family services, planning, environmental health, recreation facilities, natural resource management and much more
Commonwealth Government Small business
Links to information on policies and programs relating to the small business responsibilities of the Australian Government Department of Innovation, Industry, Science and Research
Commonwealth Government Small Business Support Line
The Australian Government's Small Business Support Line provides an initial single point of contact to access information and referral services that assist small businesses
State Government StartPoint: starting and growing a tourism business
Tourism Tasmania's guide to starting and growing a successful tourism business in Tasmania
State Government Tasmanian Forests Intergovernmental Agreement (TFIGA): Economic Diversification Funding Stream
Funding is designed to invest in a Jobs and Growth Plan for Tasmania to assist it to diversify its economy. The consultation period for project submissions closes 19 July. Includes downloadable Project Proposal Template

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