We have a great support network of bodies here to help small business in Port Adelaide.
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Ready to grow your business?
Especially helpful is the best ever links where Adelaide Business Hub has put together a great package of information, templates and practical tools to help you grow your business.
Adelaide Business Hub – https://adelaidebusinesshub.com.au/best-ever-links/
Need to employ staff?
These sites have some great information to help you employ and retain the right people for your business.
Northern Adelaide Jobs – http://www.northernadelaidejobs.com.au/
Just starting out?
SAYES Can Help! The South Australian Young Entrepreneurs Scheme (SAYES), established in 1998, assists young South Australians aged between 18-35 years to develop a business idea or further enhance an already established business over the course of 12 months. SAYES assists participants to develop the skills and confidence to develop and implement their business ideas.
Planning an event?
The City of Port Adelaide Enfield, through its Events Sponsorship Program, aims to provide financial and in-kind support to organisations conducting festivals and other special events, which generate tourism activity and increase the public profile of the City of Port Adelaide Enfield. The sponsorship program receives applications twice per year.
City of Port Adelaide Enfield Council – http://www.portenf.sa.gov.au/eventsponsorship
Business Support Groups
City of Port Adelaide Enfield Council
The City of Port Adelaide Enfield has a strong employment base currently sustaining some 44,000 jobs. The vision is to reaffirm and significantly increase employment opportunities in our city by creating a flourishing, competitive and sustainable business and tourism environment that adds value to our community. Council’s City Plan includes goals that will see it continue to develop opportunities for economic diversification and support and recognise business initiatives that employ local people.
Adelaide Business Hub
Adelaide Business Hub has evolved from the State’s inaugural business advisory service to our current not for profit structure that features three key services for small business:
- The award winning Business Incubator: Innovation, growth and jobs
- One on one Consulting for Business Solutions
- Partnerships with Local, State and Federal Governments to deliver projects that benefit business
Anna Rennie Chapter
The Anna Rennie Chapter connects and supports women within metropolitan Adelaide.
The Chapter is a non-profit association offering networking, mentoring and learning that connects, encourages and inspires women to have fun, make a contribution and realise their potential.
Supporting aspiring women to start and grow businesses and to succeed in leadership roles through the development of an effective women-friendly business support infrastructure and enterprise culture, knowing that we stand on the shoulders of those who came before us and that our community’s future depends on those who come after us.
Through Renewal SA’s urban renewal project, Our Port, the Government of South Australia has a vision to see more people living, working, investing and spending time in the Port. It’s a plan that is being embraced by local government, local business owners and residents alike.
It will see the evolution of Port Adelaide from a historic shipping and industrial harbour to a contemporary urban area integrating history, enterprise and residential developments.
Renew Adelaide Inc. is not-for-profit organisation that has been developing creative enterprise in vacant space since 2010. Through our 30-day, rent-free, rolling lease model we connect emerging creative based initiatives with property owners to activate their buildings and provide them with the opportunity to trial their business concept whilst helping to revitalise urban areas both socially and economically.
Other Helpful Links:
Consumer & Business Services
Small Business Support