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Business and industry

business.gov.au – The Australian Government's principal business resource

Gives you access to government business information and services. Includes planning, starting, running a business along with services such as ABN Look up, and GovForms for finding and managing government forms.

Department of Industry

AusIndustry

AusIndustry delivers programs to help existing and new Australian businesses innovate, grow and succeed. With people in more than 20 offices across Australia, including 15 regional offices, AusIndustry is a key source of information and referral over a range of business areas.

Department of Industry

Australian Disability Enterprises

Encourages buying from commercial businesses that provide work opportunities for people with disability across Australia. The enterprises operate across a wide range of industries covering everything from graphic design, printing, and metal fabrication through to packaging, recycling and landscaping.

Department of Social Services

Australian Technology Showcase

The Australian Technology Showcase identifies leading examples of Australian technology with potential to penetrate global markets and promotes them to potential customers, marketeers, licensees, investors and joint ventures around the world.

Department of Industry

Business Consultation

The Business Consultation website gives you more opportunities to be consulted about government policies and regulations that may affect you or your business. It allows you to register to receive notifications of new public consultations that are posted by government agencies.

Department of Industry

Business events Australia

Provides tools and information about Australia as a sustainable business events destination. Includes link to an events calendar, where you can find out about business events and consumer events scheduled to be held across Australia in the coming years.

Tourism Australia

business.gov.au

iPhone, iPod touch and iPad - Keep up to date with latest business news, search for an ABN, find information on a wide range of business topics.

Department of Industry

Carbon tax price reduction obligation

Aims to deter price exploitation and ensure all cost savings attributable to carbon tax repeal are passed through the supply chain for regulated goods.

Australian Competition and Consumer Commission

Department of Industry

The Department of Industry was established in 2013. It brings together industry, energy, resources, science and skills to drive economic growth, productivity and competitiveness.

Department of Industry

Directory of government and business associations

Contains details for Commonwealth, state, territory and local governments and for business associations. You can search by the name of an organisation, key words or browse an alphabetical list.

Department of Industry

Entrepreneurs' Infrastructure Programme

Provides practical support to Australian businesses through business management, research connections and commercialising ideas.

Department of Industry

Event finder

Find government-funded events, seminars, training courses and workshops for business held around Australia.

Department of Industry

Fuel schemes essentials

Provides credits and grants to reduce the costs of some fuels or provides a benefit to encourage the recycling of waste oils.

Australian Taxation Office

National Business Gateway

The national contact centre on 131 158 makes it easier for Australian businesses to do business with DHS.

Department of Human Services

Single Business Service

Streamlines the way businesses access industry information and services through an online presence, a contact centre and a face-to-face business facilitation network to link interested businesses with relevant programmes and services. Contact 13 28 46.

Department of Industry

Track Record

iPad and Android - Profiles Australian companies and people who have the knowledge, global experience and vision in creating major sporting events.

Australian Trade Commission

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