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Small Business Month grants open

Alexandra Vanags
03 November 2021 1 minute readShare
Small business month grants open

Applications are open for grants to hold events as part of NSW Small Business Month in March 2022.

The NSW government is dishing out $640,000 worth of funding — grants of up to $2,500 are available for local councils and $3,500 for chambers of commerce, industry associations and not-for-profit groups.

Applications are open until 10 December and the grants are intended for events that help small businesses generate new ideas, learn new skills and connect with each other. All events will have to have a COVID safety plan and follow health advice.

“Small businesses have been tested like never before with drought, floods, bushfires, the mouse plague and COVID-19. They’ve made enormous sacrifices to get where we are today, and I want to acknowledge their hard work, effort and resilience,” said NSW Small Business Minister Damien Tudehope.

The theme of the 2022 Small Business Month is “Rebuild, Recharge, Renew”. Events will be chosen from across the state and suggested event themes include:

• Focusing on Your Customers
• Working with Digital Technology
• Leading Your Team
• Managing Money
• Branding and Marketing
• Growing Your Business
• Upskilling Your Staff
• Creating New Products and Services
• Recruiting the Right Staff
• Maintaining Mentally Healthy Workplaces
• Building Your Supply Chain

Small Business Month grants open
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Alexandra Vanags

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