Council is currently working on how it can assist businesses and the community to recover from the economic impacts of the virus. The following information includes the state and federal government support services is available for businesses.
Information on recommendations for healthcare facilities and waste contractors with regards to the management of waste generated in the care of people with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 infection.
The state and local governments has a range of financial support packages available to businesses seeking assistance.
Click on the links for information on the definition, eligibility and how to apply.
Support personnel are ready to assist you with free financial advice to bring clarity at a time of need.
Mentors are available to provide tailored support including financial mentoring and business planning.
Call 1300 654 687 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Call 1300 654 687 if you need information on the following:
Fire Station 101 and the Chambers of Commerce (Greater Springfield and Ipswich) have partnered together to help small businesses adapt to the evolving COVID-19 pandemic.
Take advantage of these FREE online courses and workshops:
Dr Meg Hooper is a locally-based Psychologist specialising in business change.
Her team discusses the current issues that businesses are facing and how businesses can take the opportunity to re-focus on what matters to their business right now. More importantly, encourage them to adapt to the current challenges.
Register: Practicing Business Resilience
Understand what is important to your cash flow needs right now. Find out what grants are available as well as receive top tips on how to write your grant application.
This session removes the financial jargon and breaks it down in easy-to-understand language.
Register: Controlling Cashflow
A starter’s guide to help extend your business online.
Explore your options while gaining the confidence to move forward.
Register: Taking Your Business Online
Reach out and receive the support you need to get through this challenging time.
Council is currently working on how it can assist businesses and the community to recover from the economic impacts of the virus.
The following information includes local, state and federal government support services.
Q: What is the council doing to support businesses during COVID-19?
A: For the quarter from March 1 until June 30, council will:
For more information, read Ipswich First’s article: council looks at immediate relief
Q: I’m a small business owner, I want to lodge a request for support.
A: Fill out your request form here:
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