Businesses in all industries and of all sizes are facing inevitable and fundamental disruption from the increased use of blockchain technology (by Jean-Marc Imbert 22 June 2017).
Are you planning to open a food business? There are some specific laws for food businesses that you need to comply with to ensure that you are producing safe and suitable food. Below is some information to help you with this.
Applications for Semester Two 2017 are now open, and the City of Onkaparinga provides a scholarship for one resident from Onkaparinga each semester.
The South Australian Young Entrepreneurs Scheme (SAYES) assists entrepreneurs aged 18-35 develop a business idea or concept. The Encore Entrepreneur (EE) program assists entrepreneurs aged 35+ to make your business dream a reality.
The Heritage Grants offer the owners of local heritage properties a subsidy for work associated with the conservation of their building(s). The subsidy is available for owners of current local heritage listed places and contributory items.
Consumer and Business Services (CBS) is responsible for administering the Liquor Licensing Act 1997 in South Australia. The purpose of the Act is to regulate and control the sale, supply and consumption of liquor for the benefit of related industries and the South Australian public.
Tech investor and Shark Tank judge Steve Baxter reveals his words of wisdom for anyone operating their own business.
Don't really understand what the $20,000 instant asset write-off is all about? You’re far from alone – with research suggesting up to two-thirds of businesses are underutilising this tax deduction.
As part of the 2017/18 State Budget announced on 22 June 2017, the Job Accelerator Grant Scheme was updated to provide employers an additional $5,000 to take on an apprentice or trainee. This is extra to the existing fund to encourage SA businesses to employ additional full-time, part-time and casual employees, and maintain them for at least 12 months. $10,000 each new employee is available to employers liable for payroll tax; and $4,000 each new employee is available for small businesses not liable for payroll tax.
Following the appointment of a new, well-credentialed chairperson Nikki Govan, the Southern Adelaide Economic Development Board (SAEDB) will play a key role in advocating for our region and seeking commitment for initiatives that will stimulate economic and jobs growth in the region.
Members receive regular communication from the team. Catch up here on any that you may have missed.
Find out how your business can get involved.