The Small Business Grant program provides support to South Australian small businesses that are highly impacted by the COVID19 pandemic.
The second round of Small Business Grants includes $10,000 grants for eligible small businesses that employ staff and are receiving JobKeeper from 28 September 2020.
The second round of Small Business Grants also introduces $3,000 grants for small businesses that do not employ staff, are operating from commercial premises, and are receiving JobKeeper from 28 September 2020.
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Sadly COVID-19 has reared its ugly head again in Adelaide and the Western Suburbs. SA Health and the SA government have implemented and recommended new restrictions which we feel will negatively impact our Christmas Party. We have decided to postpone it until January 2021. We will keep you updated as information becomes available.Again, we thank our Sponsors: Accelerate Loans Pty Ltd, Guarna Legal, MAJR Electrical, Back In Motion Semaphore, Paint Supplies and Tick Tax Accountants - Port Adelaide for their support.
Catch up on all the latests news & events from
North West Business Alliance.
Don't forget to grab your tickets for the Christmas Party - they are selling fast!
Naval Group's new Port Adelaide Office has been officially opened as the gear up for the move to the Attack Class submarine construction yard gathers momentum.
Adelaide Business Hub welcomes Team Downer to our Maritime Defence Landing Pad in our complex in the Port; and working with local businesses to facilitate new supply chain opportunities
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Working in partnership with retail internet providers, NBN Co will invest up to $700 million in a multi-faceted package of initiatives over the next three years to support business innovation, productivity and growth.
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A potential end to the pandemic, a bright outlook for electric vehicles, and more.
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ASBAS Digital Solutions
Small businesses around Australia can access individual support to grow their digital capabilities through ASBAS Digital Solutions. The program offers small businesses low cost, high quality advice on a range of digital solutions to meet their business needs.
Due to the impact of COVID-19, ASBAS providers are now also offering general business advice to support you through this difficult time.
Digital advisory services include:
- websites and selling online
- social media and digital marketing
- using small business software
- online security and data privacy
To find your local ASBAS provider please visit www.business.gov.au/ASBAS
Alert Priority High: Increasing reports of myGov related sms and email scams
The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) is receiving increased reports of several myGov-related SMS and email scams.
At this time of year, when people expect some form of interaction with the ATO during tax time, be aware that cybercriminals take advantage by pretending to be the ATO or myGov. These scams look like they’ve come from a myGov or ATO email address and they ask you to click on a link to verify your details.
To make them seem more legitimate, cybercriminals use technology that causes these messages to appear in the same conversation thread as genuine messages from myGov or ATO addresses.
The ACSC’s Stay Smart Online program has more advice on how to protect yourself from tax related scams.
To stay up to date on the latest online threats and how to respond, sign up to the ACSC’s Alert Service and follow us on Facebook.
Our Alert Service has a new look and is now called the ‘ACSC alert service.'
You’ll notice from now on you are receiving our alerts from our new email address firstname.lastname@example.org
(instead of email@example.com).
If you’ve been the victim of a cybercrime including financial loss, identity theft or compromised personal details, report it to ReportCyber at www.cyber.gov.au/report.
We all need to rethink our business models and see new opportunities on the horizon.
Let’s start to overcome the challenges brought about by C19 and work towards building a positive future for our small businesses.
Watch our event that features the
Hon Steven Marshall MP, Premier of South Australia.
What your IT managers can do
The Australian Government is currently aware of, and responding to, a sustained targeting of Australian governments and companies by a sophisticated state-based actor.
A range of tactics, techniques and procedures are being used to target multiple Australian networks. It’s important that Australian companies are alert to this threat and take steps to enhance the resilience of their networks. Cyber security is everyone’s responsibility.
The instant asset write-off will be extended by a further six months to 31st of December 2020
The scheme provides immediate tax deductions for small and medium-sized businesses, rather than a depreciation model over several years.
Businesses with an annual turnover of less than $500 million per annum are able to take advantage of the extended scheme, expected to cost $300 million. Some 3.5 million businesses are eligible.
Assets purchased can be new or second hand, and the threshold for each asset is $150,000 (up from the previous $30,000).
The threshold was to have been lowered to $1000 on 1 July, but the extension of the scheme has deferred this change for the moment.
Further information and eligibility criteria can be found on the ATO website here (although I note the end date hasn't been updated yet):
ATO-Small business instant asset write off
Adelaide Business Hub is delivering the Commonwealth funded Digital Solutions Program to small businesses operating in SA. In challenging times we have now added a new stream to the program to help small business owners build opportunities for Business Recovery
Businesses with an active ABN and employing less than 20 people, are invited to participate.
Register for workshops here
Adelaide Business Hub has put together practical support services to help small business owners in Western Adelaide solve problems, meet challenges and receive up to date information during this crisis.
Sponsored by the Western Alliance of Councils.
Our qualified business advisors are ready to talk with you about the issues that you are facing in your business right now. They are experienced small business people who appreciate the challenges that everyone is facing on a daily basis.
Note that for reasons of confidentiality, our call back will show ‘No Caller ID’. However, when you pick up, our ABH Business Advisor will identify themselves immediately.
To receive a call back from a member of our helpline team
Register for a call back
Adelaide Business Hub has put together a great package of information, templates and practical tools to help you grow your business.
We are incredibly lucky to have the support of our Partners and Sponsors.
They assist you and your business(es). Please show your support for them.
Find financial assistance, eligibility and timing of the new government support measures for Australian Businesses.