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Department of State Growth

Advice and resources for Tasmanian business

The Department of State Growth can help you plan, start and grow your business or industry in Tasmania.

Tasmania has nearly 40 000 businesses across a range of sectors, across the state, and over 95 per cent of these are small businesses.

Business Tasmania provides practical tools for businesses, including checklists, business diagnostic tools and valuable information for all stages of the business lifecycle.

Business advisory services are also delivered through Enterprise Centres Tasmania. You can also find a mentor to improve your personal growth as a business leader and realise your business' potential.

The Skills Response Unit is also able to identify risks and provide rapid assistance and remediation where the case requires it.

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Business Tasmania

Practical tools and information for all stages of the business lifecycle.

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Cultural and Tourism Development

Funding and support programs aimed at developing cultural activities and tourism within Tasmania.

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Digital Ready

Information to move or grow your business online.

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Enterprise Centres Tasmania

Free advisory services for help with your business strategy.

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Transport e-Training

Online training programs designed for transport assessors and operators.

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Freight

Access information providing insight into Tasmania’s freight strategies.

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Industry sectors

Strategies and information designed to increase Tasmanian industries' market potential.

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Mentoring for businesses in growth

Receive industry specific advice from a network of experienced business mentors.

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Office of the Coordinator-General

Assistance for the development of large scale business and investment opportunities in Tasmania.

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Red tape reduction

The Tasmanian Government is committed to cutting red tape and making Tasmania one of the best places in Australia in which to do business.

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Skills Tasmania

Access advice, funding and programs that deliver training opportunities for Tasmanians and industry.

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Trade and International Relations

Information about opportunities for Tasmanian businesses to engage with international markets, and for people interested in migrating to Tasmania.

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