WA programs

City of Perth

Program: Small Business Grants

Link: http://www.perth.wa.gov.au/web/Business/Business-Support-and-Economic-Development-/Business-Support/Business-Grants-Program/

Program details: Designed specifically for creative start-ups and small businesses involved in innovative projects within the City of Perth, the Small Business Grants provides funding between $500 and $2,000 to encourage innovation in small businesses. Funding may be used for website development, IT, design equipment, marketing, signage and product development.

Contact details: The administration line is 08 9461 3333 or email info.city@cityofperth.wa.gov.au

Deadline: 1 June 2013


Department of Culture and the Arts

Program: Designer Fashion Grants Program - Business Development

Link: http://www.dca.wa.gov.au/funding/dca-grants/designer-fashion/development/

Program details: This grant helps fashion designers undertake projects to improve business viability with up to $20,000 in financial assistance. Eligible expenses are participation in a national or international fashion week, website development and R&D, among others.

Contact details: Contact 08 6552 7469 or email designer.fashion@dca.wa.gov.au

Deadline: 11 October 2013.


Department of Training and Workforce Development

Program: Small Business Smart Business Training Voucher


Program details: These vouchers offer businesses employing less than 20 people up to $200 to be used on business training. The first $100 can be used without a co-payment contribution and the second $100 is eligible for a 50 per cent rebate. Some examples of business training the voucher can be used on include: workplace management, financial planning, debt collection, e-business and exporting.

Contact details: Contact your nearest Small Business Smart Business Administrator.

Deadline: Applications are accepted at any time.


Department of Commerce

Program: Industry Facilitation and Support Program (Regional)


Program details: This grant aims to help regional WA businesses boost their competitiveness and capacity to service the resources industry and public sector market. Eligible businesses can claim up to 50 per cent of activities related to the supply of goods/services or works in the mining and resources industry (maximum claim of $20,000).

Eligible activities include resource processing, gas/water/power supply, construction of mining infrastructure, specialist training and temporary expert assistance for pre-qualification, among others.

Contact details: Email Mark Elliott, Senior Project Officer at industry.participation@commerce.wa.gov.au or call 08 9263 8006.

Deadline: Currently open; applications are accepted on a monthly basis until funds are fully committed.

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