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QLD Small Business COVID-19 Adaption Grant Program

Are you a Queensland small business that has been subject to closure or otherwise highly impacted by the COVID-19 shutdown restrictions announced on 23 March 2020 by Queensland's Chief Health Officer?

Are you able to demonstrate you have experienced a minimum 30% decline in sales/turnover since 23 March 2020, over a minimum 1-month period due to the onset and management of COVID-19?

Do you employ staff and have fewer than 20 employees?

Is your payroll cost less than $1.3million?

Do you have a valid Australian Business Number (ABN) active as at 23 March 2020 and are you registered for GST?

Do you have a Queensland headquarters?

Did you have an annual turnover over $75,000 for the 2018–19 or 2019–20 financial year, or can you provide financial records that show this will be met for a recently started small business?

Can you prove that you are not trading insolvent or don't have owners or directors that are an undischarged bankrupt?

If the answer is a resounding yes, then you may be eligible for the QLD Small Business COVID-19 Adaption Grant Program - Round 2 which opens on 1 July 2020, and we can help your business by providing the following services:


What does this mean though?

Without going into too much detail and confusing you further, on a basic level, we can:

As a side note, the available grant amount is a minimum of $2,000 and up to a maximum of $10,000 per eligible small or micro business.

If you do not have a business advisory team, we can help you source strong partners to ensure your business continues through these times and into the future. We already have some amazing people in mind!

So get in touch with us today so that we can get to work on putting a team together to get your business back on track and your finances heading in the right direction.



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