From Perth to Hobart, our Small Business Fair travelled across seven states and territories, attracting 2700 Australians interested in launching their start-up or taking their business to the next level.
The free fairs were the first of their kind and delivered vital information that many busy business owners don’t have time to seek out.
There were also opportunities to meet with a local, independent business coach to discuss navigating the challenges business owners often face.
We thank the people who took precious time out of their day to visit their local Small Business Fair and appreciate the efforts of our many partners who took the time to meet with business owners and provide them with the information so vital to growing a business.
Below you’ll find a list of our partners who took part in the fairs, with links to information relevant to small business growth.
List of partners
- Department of Jobs and Small Business - Innovation and Women’s Workforce Participation
- Workplace Gender Equality Agency
- Australian Taxation Office
- Department of Social Services
- Digital Transformation Agency
- Australian Small Business Advisory Services
- Australian Securities and Investments Commission
- Fair Work Ombudsman
- Regional Development Australia
- Indigenous Business Australia
- Many Rivers
- Beyond Blue
- Supply Nation
- AMA Apprenticeship & Traineeship Services
- MEGT Australia
- Chamber of Commerce and Community
- Peel Chamber of Commerce & Industry
- Bunbury Geographe Chamber of Commerce & Industry
- Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman
- Personal Property Securities Register
- Entrepreneurship Facilitators
- NBN Co.
- Department of Finance
- Business SA
Did you attend one of our Small Business Fairs?
We snapped some of the Australian people who visited their local event or partnered with us.
Small Business Fairs
- South Perth – 5 February
- Ellenbrook – 6 February
- Mandurah – 7 February
- Bunbury – 8 February
- Mount Barker – 14 February
- Glenelg – 15 February
- Port Lincoln – 16 February
Australian Capital Territory
- Queanbeyan – 21 February
- Canberra – 22 February
New South Wales
- Gosford – 27 February
- Penrith – 28 February
- Strathfield – 1 March
- Hurstville – 2 March
- Ballarat – 5 March
- Wodonga – 7 March
- Melbourne – 13 March
- Frankston – 14 March
- Geelong – 15 March
- Brisbane - 18 March
- Bundaberg - 20 March
- Rockhampton - 21 March
- Launceston - 27 March
- Hobart - 29 March