Business Pulse

Are you ready to respond to a second wave?
Do you need to close your business if you have a COVID-19 case at work? And do you have an isolation space set up if...
Read more »
Mental health support for small business owners
A mental health program aimed at small business owners will be expanded thanks to Federal Budget funding. The Federal Government committed $6.5 million to support...
Read more »
More WA businesses reporting hard border impacts
For the first time, there are more WA businesses reporting serious impacts from WA’s hard border, than there are businesses which report being unaffected, according...
Read more »
Exporters, investors urged to share stories
Exporters, investors and international traders are being urged to speak up and have their stories heard.
Read more »
$200k to access Asian markets
WA’s small and medium-size enterprises and business associations can now apply for a total of $200,000 in grants to help access key Asian markets.
Read more »
Cormann says WA is underprepared for a COVID-19 outbreak
Federal Finance Minister Mathias Cormann says WA’s hard border has left it with a “somewhat inflated sense of security”, underprepared for a COVID-19 second wave....
Read more »
What did the Budgets deliver for business?
Historic State and Federal Budgets released last week aim to tackle the COVID-19 economic crisis, but what do they hold for business?
Read more »
Federal Budget’s business sweeteners
Federal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg described the private sector as the ‘engine of the Australian economy’ and pledged to give businesses a ‘kick start’ through the...
Read more »
$75,000 to help SMEs avoid underpayments
The WA Government will bolster CCIWA’s mission to help businesses avoid employee underpayments through a $75,000 grant.
Read more »
WA’s tourism sector gets $8.7m boost
WA’s tourism sector will receive an $8.7 million boost from the State Government to help it survive COVID-19 travel restrictions.
Read more »
$1.2bn wage subsidy for new apprentices
The Federal Government says it will introduce a 50 per cent wage subsidy for businesses taking on a new apprentice from today.
Read more »
Kalgoorlie set to extend Sunday trading
A move to extend Sunday trading by two hours has been supported by Kalgoorlie council, paving the way for retailers in the Goldfields city to...
Read more »
1 2 3 45