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Tap into support from the government and business services here in Canberra to help kick-start your business.
With funding from the ACT Government, CBRIN delivers programs, workshops and services aimed at supporting start-ups and SMEs with high-growth potential.
CBRIN’s programs that can help you in the early days of setting up your business, include:
Learn more about all of CBRIN’s programs.
IBA offers a business development program. It helps eligible Indigenous Australians set up, buy and grow small to medium businesses.
Learn more about IBA.
Business.gov.au is the Australian Government’s business advice website. It provides information to help you plan, start and grow your business.
AusIndustry can give you information and advice to help you start your business.
They have a representitive in Canberra focused on industry, research and innovation. Learn more about the support you can get from AusIndustry’s regional manager.
Austrade helps Australian companies to grow their business overseas.
To get your business export-ready, visit the Austrade website.
Register for an Australian Business Number (ABN) via the ABR.
You can also register:
Learn more on the ABR website.
You can get confidential business advice from an accredited advisor via SRBEC. They also provide support services for young people who want to start a business.
Explore their services on the SRBEC website.
Get advice and information at any business stage through CBC’s training, networking events and advice service.
Discover more on the CBC website.
RDA provides advice for new businesses, especially those in the food and agriculture sector.
Find out more on the RDA website.
Lighthouse can help your businesses launch and grow. Lighthouse offers:
Get more details on the Lighthouse website.
The Australian Government funds ABAS. It offers small businesses low-cost, high-quality advice on digital solutions.
Learn more on the ASBAS Digital Solutions website.