The Arts Short Notice Activity Program (Arts SNAP) for individuals and groups offers funding for regional, national and international short notice activities for artists and creative industry professionals. The program supports the growth of a vibrant sector that promotes the participation and active engagement of Western Australian artists and arts workers in high quality arts […]
WA has made little progress in closing the employment gap faced by people living with disabilities, despite strong evidence that doing so is good for business and the broader economy, a new report by CCIWA has found. The report, Tapping the Talent Pool of People with Disabilities, found discrimination and a lack of knowledge about the […]
Grants for small and medium businesses aim to improve energy efficiency, save on energy bills and lower emissions. The Federal Government is offering a second round of Energy Efficiency Grants via a $41 million investment. The second round of funding will bring the program to a total investment of $62m. Grants between $10,000 and $25,000 can be […]
The remainder of the Federal Government’s controversial Closing Loopholes Bill, including “intractable bargaining” provisions and changes to casual employment, has passed the Senate. However, in the Government’s rush to pass the Greens’ “right to disconnect” laws, additional amendments are needed that will require another vote later this month. The changes to the amended Closing Loopholes […]
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Small Business Matters is launching its first ever Small Business Locator and a consumer competition to encourage shoppers to Think Small First. Our aim is to dramatically change people’s mindsets about the value of our small businesses to our community. To do this we wanted to provide an avenue for small businesses to promote themselves […]
The Wheatbelt Business Directory comprises a listing of businesses within the Wheatbelt and you are able to access business’s details or search for a particular industry or trade to source a local business. The database is accessible through the Northam Chamber of Commerce website, as well as Heartlands WA and the Wheatbelt Business Network. To […]