In an effort to make Queensland the place to be for small business, three new grants programs worth $25 million over two years have been announced by the Queensland Government.
The announcement comes during Small Business Month; the theme of which is ‘bounce back better’.
“Small businesses are the lifeblood of our economy and are a vital part of the Palaszczuk Government’s economic recovery plan to get more Queenslanders into jobs,” said the Minister for Employment and Small Business, Di Farmer.
It’s hoped the new grants will assist more businesses to recover following the challenges brought upon by the Covid-19 pandemic. “We’ve already helped tens of thousands of businesses through COVID-19 and these new grants will assist more businesses to recover and pursue opportunities to grow and employ more people” said Minister Farmer.
Business Basics Grant – NOW CLOSED
Guidelines/FAQs available – 17 May 2021
Applications open –31 May
Business Boost Grant
Guidelines FAQs/available – mid July 2021
Applications open – late July 2021
Guidelines/FAQs available – 1 May 2021
Eligibility tool available – 5 May 2021
Applications open – 11 May 2021
To read the full statement and for more information visit https://statements.qld.gov.au/statements/92000
Small Business Grants Schedule
You can keep up to date with the current and upcoming grants offered by the Queensland Government here.
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