We are COVID-19 safeAugust 13, 2020
We are taking care of our CLIENTS.
Covid-19 Recovery Grants now openAugust 11, 2020
Georges River Council has launched 4 new grants to support businesses, artists and not-for-profits affected by Covid-19.
The Covid-19 Recovery Grants program is in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and aims to achieve the following;
- Provide a structured and strategic program through which funding can be allocated to meet identified community needs caused by the negative impact of the COVID-19 pandemic;
- Support local businesses to revitalize and diversify;
- Support and facilitate the development of a more liveable community and enrich community social capital through targeted and timely support to community organisations;
Council has committed $200,000 across four grant categories. For more information please visit the Covid-19 Recovery Grants page on the Georges River Website.
Applications close: Sunday 30 August at 11:59pm
Small Business Owners – R U OK? – Support is available via Beyond Blue and Heads UpAugust 10, 2020
Moreover they are providing generic information on the Coronavirus Mental Wellbeing Support Service website which is updated regularly.
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There are also the following free services available 24 hours / 7 days a week for all Australians
- Coronavirus Mental Wellbeing Support Service Phone 1800 512 348
If COVID-19 has you feeling concerned about your wellbeing, our dedicated coronavirus mental wellbeing support service is available any time of the day or night
Based on your specific needs, our trained counsellors will provide advice and information, and will direct you where to turn for further support. You have access to the following:
Also available from the team at Heads Up are resources for Small Business
Outdoor Dining Opportunities for Local Cafes & RestaurantsJuly 27, 2020
Make your business COVID Safe in 3 easy StepsJuly 16, 2020
Georges River council, with the help of the state government is looking to minimise the predicted second wave of COVID-19. In order to do this, Council and the state government needs the help of businesses within our community to become COVID safe.
To do this, NSW businesses are required to:
- Complete a COVID-19 Safety Plan
- Register as a COVID Safe business (with the NSW Government)
- Show that they are COVID Safe (download/display COVID Safe posters, consider methods for contact tracing, share with staff etc)
Please complete he COVID-19 Safety Plan and register as a COVID safe business by clinking on the link COVID SAFE BUSINESS or alternatively please visit https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19/covid-safe-businesses . Note that COVID-19 Safety Plans have been designed by industry type that can also be accessed by the COVID Safe business website
Should you require any more information please call our customer service centre 9330 6400.
Apply for a small business COVID-19 recovery grantJuly 9, 2020
Service NSW has grants available to small businesses who have been negatively affected by COVID-19.
If your small business or not-for-profit organisation has experienced a decline in turnover as a result of COVID-19, you may be eligible for a small business recovery grant of between $500 and $3000.
This grant helps small businesses meet the costs of safely reopening or up-scaling operations.
For more information please visit the Service NSW website
Applications Close: 11:59pm Sunday 16 August 2020.
Support for start ups and expanding businesses now available
Did you know that Service NSW has a concierge service to help you access a range of support options and understand the government requirements to start or grow a business in NSW.
Get a free dedicated Business Concierge who will help you start, manage and grow your business
Free WebinarsJuly 8, 2020
Business Connect is offering free Webinar services that support small business. With interactive webinars on topics ranging from Writing a website Brief to understanding how to have an effective Email Marketing Campaign, Business Connect has a course for you.
Check out what’s happening in July and August by clicking on the Business Connect link below.