Small Business Grant Program Now Open

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The Queensland Government has just announced the Small Business Adaption Grant Program.

Queensland small businesses can now apply for a grant of up to $10,000 under a new $100 million package. The objective of this program is to support small businesses who were subject to closure or highly impacted by the COVID-19 shutdown restrictions, to adapt and sustain their operations, and build resilience.
 
Applications are open now and will close when funding has been exhausted, applicants will need to act quickly.

Projects that can be funded include:
  • Financial, legal or other professional advice to support business sustainability and diversification
  • Strategic planning, financial counselling or business coaching aligned to business development and diversification
  • Building the business through marketing and communication activities such as content development (web pages, mobile apps, visual and audio media etc.)
  • Digital/technological strategy development
  • Digital training or re-training to adapt to new business models
  • Capital costs associated with meeting COVID-19 safe requirements
  • Specialised digital equipment or business specific software to move business operations online (e.g. logistics program for online ordering)
  • Meeting business costs, including utilities, rent
 
To apply for the grant, please visit Small Business Adaption Grants 
 
More information: 

For other COVID assistance, visit the COVID-19 QLD Government business assistance finder.

Keep updated on Business and COVID-19 at our dedicated Council webpage.
 
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