Find expert advice
Friday, May 22, 2009/
The Victorian Government is committed to providing quick, no-nonsense answers and information to support business growth. Whether you are recruiting staff, expanding operations, looking to export or find business events, Business Victoria has a range of tools tailored to your specific business needs. The services can be accessed via the web, over the phone or in person.
Find expert advice for your business…fast
As a small business owner, you cannot be an expert in all business areas. Getting expert advice can help you: identify goals; anticipate change and plan for survival and growth.
Find an Adviser is a free, searchable database of accountants, lawyers and business professionals. You can find an adviser in your local area, in your industry and with expertise to suit your business needs. Many advisers also offer a free 30-minute first consultation.
Find an Adviser can be accessed at www.business.vic.gov.au/findanadviser
Business Victoria low-cost workshops can also assist you network with businesses, learn new skills and apply them straight away in your business. Topics include:
- Starting your business
- Business planning
- Marketing for growth
- Your business online
- Achieving financial success
Workshops are listed on www.business.vic.gov.au/workshops
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