Single Business Service Programme Summary

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The Department of Industry’s Single Business Service is streamlining the way businesses access industry information and service by putting their needs first – reducing red tape and providing quality, consistent services at the lowest possible cost.

Single Business Service assistance is universal – available to all Australian businesses – made up of a consolidated online presence accessible anytime and anywhere, a contact centre and a face-to-face business facilitation network to link interested businesses with relevant programmes and services.

Practical support includes:

– Information for businesses that is easy to find and understand

– Tailored advice for businesses when they choose to access it

– Direct links to services provided in the Entrepreneurs’ Infrastructure Programme, and

– Seamless connections with other Australian Government programmes or services like the R&D Tax Incentive and the Industry Skills Fund.

Business management, research connections and commercialising ideas

– Entrepreneurs’ Infrastructure Programme

– Growth Fund

– Automotive Diversification Programme

-Next Generation Manufacturing Investment

Programme

– Regional Infrastructure Programme

Innovation and R&D

-R&D Tax Incentive

Training and Mentoring

– Industry Skills Fund

Collaboration

– Cooperative Research Centres

Venture Capital

-Venture Capital Limited Partnerships

– Early Stage Venture Capital Limited Partnerships

Small Business

– Small Business Advisory Services

Import and export

– Tradex

– Enhanced Project By-law Scheme

Manufacturing Industry

– Manufacturing Transition Programme

– Automotive Transformation Scheme

– Textile, Clothing and Footwear Corporate wear Register

– Clothing and Household Textile Building Innovative Capability Scheme

– Certain Inputs to Manufacture

Regional Innovation Funds

From time to time the Australian Government introduces support for a specific region. This normally occurs via a structural adjustment process. For information about programmes currently open for applications visit business.gov.au.

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