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Council business grants

03 Feb 2010

The City of Melbourne is encouraging Docklands businesses and community organisations to apply for grants and sponsorships.

Applications for the City of Melbourne Event Partnership Program, Business Event Sponsorship and Small Business Grants will open on Monday, February 15.

The grants and sponsorship are intended to support the community by facilitating the delivery of quality programs, events, products and services that will bring significant social and economic returns
to Melbourne.

The funding aims to promote Melbourne as Australia’s event capital, create interstate and international business relationships and increase diversity by supporting creative emerging businesses.

An information seminar will be held for those seeking to apply for a small business grant in the supper room at Melbourne Town Hall from 5.30-6.30pm on February 15. To book, phone the City of Melbourne on 9658 9658.

Applications for the funding close Monday, March 12.

No Docklands businesses were successful in the last round of business grants.

Grant applications for the arts, community services, and Active Melbourne Sports and Recreation will open Monday, May 17.

For more information, visit http://www.melbourne.vic.gov.au/grantsandsponsorship

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