COVID-19 Small Business Advice and Financial Guidance Program TAS


This program provides small businesses with funding to engage an appropriate consultant to provide advice or services that will help them recover from the impacts of COVID-19.

Open

Closes in 180 days

Closing date: 30 May 2022

What do you get?

Funding of between $750 and $1500.

Who is this for?

Tasmanian small businesses.

Overview

Funding is available to access financial or business guidance services from suitably qualified specialist/consultant to assist small businesses with:

  • advice, support, counselling, and the development of strategies to address financial/operational difficulties being experienced
  • the development of risk management strategies
  • advice and analysis regarding the management of cash flow, preparation of cash flow budgets and projections
  • profitability analysis
  • the formulation of financial/operational strategies to assist businesses address the impact of COVID-19
  • the development of business plans and governance frameworks
  • advice regarding the management of debts and liabilities
  • advice on pivoting, diversification, product innovation, marketing or online presence.

What are the eligibility criteria?

To be eligible, you must be:

  • registered for tax purposes in Australia with an active Australian business number (ABN) on or before July 2021
  • a small business located in Tasmania with no more than 19 full time equivalent employees
  • an operating majority-owned Tasmanian business
  • able to demonstrate an annual turnover of more than $25,000 per annum or provide evidence to show that a minimum of $25,000 per annum turnover is likely within the next 2 years
  • registered (if required) and actively using the Check in TAS App or register at the time of submitting an application.

How do you apply?

Find out more about eligibility and how to apply at COVID-19 Small Business Advice and Financial Guidance Program.

Funding for Tasmanian small businesses to get advice on recovering from the impacts of COVID-19