30 April Flood disaster recovery small business grant now available April 30, 2021 By Jenny Le April 2021 Key News Update nsw government, grants 0 The NSW Government is helping businesses to rebuild and recover in the aftermath of the recent NSW storms and floods with the launch of a new Flood Disaster Recovery Small Business Grant. Through the Flood Disaster Recovery Small Business Grant program, small businesses and not-for-profits in a defined disaster area who have been directly impacted by the floods can apply for up to $50,000 to help pay for the costs of clean-up and reinstatement of operations. Costs can include, but are not limited to, safety inspections, cleaning and repairs to premises, removal and disposal of damaged goods, equipment, and materials to help resume operations, and replacement of stock. For more information about the grant, including covered costs and eligibility criteria, businesses can visit the Service NSW website or call 13 77 88 to get assistance from a Business Concierge. A range of programs and services, including dedicated community recovery centres, are also available to provide support for NSW residents affected by recent storms and flooding. To find out more, affected residents can visit Service NSW. Related Articles Why ‘Going Digital’ Isn’t a Reality for Many Australian Small Businesses Is your small business facing big challenges when trying to go digital? Inside this article, Despina talks about some of the biggest obstacles that small businesses face, why they can't be ignored any longer, and what you can do as a limited-resource business to turn up your marketing and give your larger competitors a run for their money. Regional Bushfire Recovery Grants In mid-February the Federal Government has announced the establishment of the $10 million Regional Tourism Bushfire Recovery Grants program. Vivid shines light on Sydney businesses Businesses in the CBD are being encouraged to prepare for a bustling period when Sydney is transformed into a luminous and radiant city during the Vivid Festival later this month. ATO provides tax relief and assistance for businesses impacted by bushfires On the 20 January the ATO advised that they had extended a package of tax assistance for people impacted by the recent devastating bushfires as part of the whole-of-government response to the disaster. $76 million Tourism Bushfire Recovery Package The Federal Government announced a $76 million tourism recovery package on the 20 January in response to requests for support from the tourism sector. This included Business Events - Event Here This Year On Tuesday, 28 January 2020, Tourism Australia launched a bespoke business events campaign, Event Here This Year. Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.