The Huon Valley Directory is a free guide produced by the Huon Valley Council, and provides access to valuable information about the Huon Valley. The directory highlights a broad spectrum of services the Council provides to the community – from family services, planning, environmental health, recreation facilities, natural resource management and much more. It also highlights the many businesses, community groups, associations that provide key services to the Huon Valley community and enables residents to enjoy all the area has to offer. ‘
The directory is available in hard copy and online. To be included, please contact the Council’s Business Development Officer on (03) 6264 0359 or email: email@example.com
Click here to access the Huon Valley Directory online.
The Council is maintaining a comprehensive database of all businesses in the Huon Valley. Businesses who register on the database (by completing this form) will receive information specific to their industry, such as workshop invitations; State and Federal Government funding opportunities; invitations to Council business-specific events; and a new business oriented quarterly newsletter.
The database will be confidential and for Council’s internal use only.
For further information, contact Michelle Gledhill, Economic Development Coordinator, 6264 0360, firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here to register your details on the business database.
The Business Licence Information Service (BLIS) is designed to assist potential business operators to cut through red tape by providing a service that enables people to gain access, on the spot, to the business licence information they need to start a business.
Potential business operators can obtain a complete report of the relevant licence requirements by answering a few simple questions in around ten minutes.
The Business Entry Point (BEP) is an initiative of the Federal Government and all states and territories. It provides a service to Australian businesses to make it easier to deal with Government agencies.
Currently through the Business Entry Point you can:
The BEP provides access to resources from approximately fifty Commonwealth Government agencies, one hundred state and territory government agencies, and one hundred twenty five industry associations.
A Business Enterprise Centre operates in the Huon Valley, based in Huonville. The Centre provides advice and supports those needing assistance with the establishment of small or medium business enterprise development.
The BEC offers advice on almost everything that is needed to be known about running a business. The Centre provides advice on the following:
So if you require assistance with your small or medium enterprise, contact Scott Dufty (Tue, Wed and Fri only) on (03) 6264 3080 or by email: email@example.com
A statewide network providing business guidance and information. In-tellinc as an Enterprise Centre provides practical advice to southern based Tasmanian businesses. Services offered include how to get started in business, how to plan for business success, how to promote your business, and how to effectively manage a business.
Contact Suzi Watral on (03) 6165 1559 or 0407 526 460 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org