Small businesses are the backbone of the Australian economy. They are a key source of employment and a platform for business innovation.
Small businesses are also the most sensitive to changes and the first to suffer if weighed down with excessive bureaucracy, changing rules, draconian regulation and unfair competition.
Governments and policy makers need to adopt a more sophisticated approach towards small business by providing an economic plan for small business. Such plans need to identify strategic priorities and create opportunities for global economic sustainability for Australian small businesses.
Corporate structures for small businesses of the future
Fostering Entrepreneurship and Innovation within small business
Industrial Relations for small business
Technology, Science, Communication, Intelligent Information Management, Cybersecurity, Privacy & Security, Digital Inclusion and Creativity
Help small business become economically viable and competitive in the global economy
Financing Small Business
The Tax System simplified for small business needs
The Legal system simplified for small business needs
Regulatory, Fiscal and Administrative Frameworks responsive to small business needs
International Trade, Industry and Manufacturing for small business