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Small business grants

01 Mar 2011

The first round of applications for The City of Melbourne’s 2011-2012 small business grants has opened and Docklands businesses are encouraged to apply.

The first round of small business grants opened in February and will close on March 15 with another round due to open in July.

On offer are grants of up to $30,000 for start-up businesses or businesses looking to expand, and up to $10,000 for businesses looking to export or businesses needing support for training and further development.

A number of Docklands businesses have received grants over the years through the Small Business Grants scheme including Business for Millennium Development (2010), Compoundia (2008), Cruz Galleries (2005), Goya Galleries (2005), Open Channel (2007), The Hornery

Institute/Docklands Skills and Training (2005), and Tiffins (2008).

A spokesperson for the City of Melbourne said that 121 applications were received in 2010 and seven of those were located or intending to locate to Docklands.

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

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