Federal and NSW Government Business Assistance
Bin Trim Rebates Program
To increase workplace recycling, rebates are offered to small and medium-sized businesses to cover the costs of small-scale on-site recycling equipment.
Designed to transform digital and technology procurement in government, making it easier for government and business to collaborate.
NSW International Trade and Investment Branch has a global network of investment specialists ready to help you identify opportunities.
AusIndustry now provides Expert Innovation Facilitators to work with businesses free of charge that can identify knowledge gaps that prevent business growth. The outcome is a report that identifies growth opportunities and connects businesses to the expertise needed.
Jobs Action Plan
Provides NSW eligible businesses with a $6000 payroll tax rebate when they employ new workers in new eligible employment.
Jobs for NSW
The Jobs for NSW program offers a variety of assistance including funding to incubators and research based businesses.
Jobs of Tomorrow Scholarships
Scholarships for students who enrol in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics related vocational qualifications.
Minimum Viable Product Grants
Grants for promising start-ups that are not yet generating revenue. Grants of up to $25,000 are available to help start-ups gather feedback from customers and test business models.
NSW Department of Industry
Provides a single point of contact to businesses considering investment or expansion in NSW.
Small Business Grant
Provides a grant of up to $2000 for non-payroll small businesses when they hire new employees.
A quality, personalised business advisory service, funded by the NSW Government, that supports small-to-medium businesses start or grow their business successfully.
Supervising your Apprentice or Trainee Workshops
Free workshops designed to equip workplace supervisors with the necessary skills to train an apprentice or trainee improving retention and completion rates of learners.
Training Services NSW
Training Services NSW can help your business improve productivity when you invest in training to improve your employees' skills.
Please contact the Economic Development Unit of Liverpool City Council should you need assistance in accessing these programs.