Round 2 of the Queensland Remembers Grants Program is now open for applications

Applications are NOW OPEN for Round 2 of the Queensland Remembers Grants Program. Under this program, the Queensland Government has committed $4 million over three annual rounds to enable eligible organisations to deliver projects or events that support Queensland veterans and their families.

- Minor Capital Works Grants Program (up to $50,000 excluding GST per grant)
- Major Capital Works Grants Program (between $50,000 to $250,000 excluding GST per grant)
- Major Capital Works Grants Program (between $50,000 to $250,000 excluding GST per grant)
Applications close at 5pm on Tuesday 4 October 2022.

Business Planning Course

Micro and small businesses form the foundation of the Australian economy, employing approximately 44 percent of the Australian workforce and contributing around one-third of Australia's GDP. As approximately 97 percent of Australian organisations are categorised as micro and small businesses it is critical that this industry sector is supported in being successful.

The Business Planning Course is free and designed to provide local business owners with a clear understanding of the key factors that underpin their success and are critical to their long-term survival.

Back to Work Initiatives

The State Government initiative is designed to give businesses the confidence to employ jobseekers and provide an economic boost to regions facing challenging times. Payments of up to $20,000 are available to eligible employers who employ eligible jobseekers on either a full or part time basis. As with all government funded programs, please refer to the Back to Work Guidelines for determining your eligibility Back to Work 2021/2022 Guidelines

Office of Defence Industry Support

This service provides Australian small and medium enterprises (SMEs) with advice, guidance and mentoring to enter or expand their footprint in the Defence industry.

Labor doubles SME target share of $70b in govt contracts

The Commonwealth Procurement Rules have been changed to give small and medium sized businesses a bigger slice of the $70 billion the federal government spends annually on contracts and to force agencies to consider the climate impacts of bids.

BAC (Boosting Apprenticeship Commencements) Funding

BAC (Boosting Apprenticeship Commencements) is a Government wage subsidy initiative to
help businesses recover from the impact of COVID-19. BAC subsidises employees undertaking
a broad range of training courses.

Small Business Financial Counselling Service - NQ

Understand your finances, access government assistance, identify risk, deal with debt, succession planning and business plans

Mentoring for Growth program

Mentoring for Growth (M4G) offers eligible businesses free access to volunteer business experts who provide insights, options and suggestions relating to challenges and opportunities you are experiencing in your business.

Running a Business in Queensland

Find information to help you run and grow your business in Queensland.

Business Basics Grants Program

This support includes funded activities in 5 priorities; training and coaching, website build or upgrades, professional business advice, strategic marketing services and business continuity and succession.

QSBC assistance for small businesses

Provides advice and support. Deliver a free mediation process for lease matters. Provide advocacy with lease disputes.

Business Resources