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NSW businesses to receive subsidised help

Small businesses in New South Wales now have access to a pool of almost 60 subsidised small business advisers, after a recent 50 per cent boost in funding for small business programs.

Through the government program, Small Biz Connect, the state’s 650,000 small business owners can access up to four free face-to-face sessions, and subsidised sessions thereafter. 

“Small business can be confident that they are being advised by qualified small business advisers to help them either start-up, thrive and survive or exit the sector,” said NSW Minister for Small Business Katrina Hodgkinson.

“To ensure Small Biz Connect advisers are delivering the level of service our small business operators deserve, the advisers will receive regular and relevant training, which ensures we have the right people with the right training delivering these important advisory services.”

The program has been running since September 1.For more details go to www.smallbusiness.nsw.gov.au.

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