Free small business advisory services
Let’s face it, running a business is expensive and many small businesses can’t afford professional advice. So where can small Australian businesses go when they need business advisory services beyond their level of expertise?
State governments offer free business advisory services so that small businesses can access practical, confidential advice without impacting their bottom line.
Australian state governments offer free business advisory services:
- on the phone, online and in-person
- with experienced advisors already in business
- offering practical solutions tailored to smaller businesses
Get help with:
- starting a business
- helping you assess new business ideas
- business structures
- cash flow
- business development
- human resources
- writing your business plan
- market research
- business licences and permits
- leasing commercial premises
- business disruption
- financial management and tax
- managing business disputes
- export and investment
Where can I get state based free business advisory services?
- WA – Small Business Development Corporation
Free business advisory services.
- QLD – Queensland Government Business
Engage with experienced business mentors through a free mentoring session.
- NSW – Business Connect
Get independent business advice, practical insights and business skills training on a range of topics for your small business.
- NT – Small Business Champions
If you are a Northern Territory (NT) business, Aboriginal enterprise or not-for-profit, you can get help from a small business champion.
- VIC – Small Business Bus
Small Business Bus can help you to develop your business ideas and capabilities.
- SA – Business Advisory South Australia
Direct you to the best source for help, with issues ranging from registering your new business name to identifying the best exit strategy when you’re ready for your next challenge.