Tasmanian small businesses can now register their interest to receive first access to free business advice through the new Tasmanian Business Advice Service website.
The new website features information for the Tasmanian Business Advice Service and also for the New Business Support Pilot Program.
Existing small businesses will be able to access up to five hours of advice under the Tasmanian Business Advice Service, and new or early-stage businesses can access up to two hours of advice through the New Business Support Pilot Program.
The Tasmanian Business Advice Service will provide advice on subjects including managing cashflow, marketing, risk management and small business planning and strategy.
The New Business Support Pilot Program offers guidance on key aspects of starting a business, including establishing a business structure, determining business viability, financial forecasting and identifying new opportunities.
For more information and to find out how to access these services visit www.businessadvice.tas.gov.au.