COVID UPDATE 15/07/2021
No doubt you've heard about all the impending government financial support. If not, it's summarised below.
NOTE: THESE ARE NO OPEN YET, but there are things you can do to prepare to tale advantage of them. Make sure your details are up to date with the relevent government agencies.
WILL WILL NEED TO MAKE THE APPLICATION YOURSELF VIA THE SERVICE NSW WEBSITE.
SMALL BUSINESS SUPPORT PACKAGE “Saving Jobs”
- Between $1,500 - $10,000 per week based on 40% of your payroll (if applicable)
- available to eligible businesses
- $75K -$50M annual turnover
- 30% decline in turnover over lockdown period (not defined as yet)
- “Non employers” will receive support (e.g. sole traders $1000/week)
- Must maintain all eligible employees as at 13/7/21
Covid19 BUSINESS GRANTS
- Available to businesses & sole traders impacted by lockdown
- Wages below $10M
- Applications open 19 July 2021
- $15,000 for 70% decline
- $10,000 for 50% decline
- $7,500 for 30% decline
MICRO BUSINESS GRANT
- Starting Late July 2021
- Grant of up to $1,500 per fortnight based on loss in turnover
- Available to small business with 30K to 75K turnover
WHAT WE DON’T KNOW YET
- How to apply
- What information you will be required to supply
- How the information will be checked
- How to measure “income”
- What to do if there are exceptions/ exemptions (e.g.: new businesses and businesses operating under new structures)
WHAT CAN YOU DO NOW?
- Ensure business and contact details are up to date on Australian Business register (ABR.gov.au). You can check these using your own myGovID.
- Ensure your details are up to date in your MyService NSW account and Business Profile
- CREATE a MyService NSW account if you don’t already have one
- Register yourself on the Service NSW website to be alerted when each of the programs are available: https://www.service.nsw.gov.au/covid-19-business-support-2021
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The Darlinghurst Business Partnership.
Is an incorporated, not-for-profit group of Darlinghurst business people who advocate strongly for the area.
We believe in community and that locally-run small businesses are vital to the fabric and culture of urban environments. Our members and board are almost all small, independent businesses, most of whom are also local residents.
We promote a collaborative model to celebrate and nurture our unique culture and creativity; developing our member’s business skills and connecting them to each other and opportunities to stimulate local economic growth and sustainability.
Our primary goal is to increase foot-traffic/visitation in the area. We nurture and promote our local culture; skill up our member-base; increase awareness of business offerings and democratize access to information so that our community has the best possible chance of success.
With the Potts Point Partnership and Surry Hills Partnership, we collectively promote Sydney's Eastside to free & independent humans everywhere.
We run a number of annual 'Umbrella Marketing' events including our Oxtravaganza Mardi Gras event and the Spring Happy Hours.
"Post" Covid, we are back to having quarterly, in-person networking nights which focus on professional development, in a casual environment.
The DBP has always explicitly acknowledged the economic and cultural value of Darlinghurst’s economy to Sydney and NSW and worked with policy to advance this approach by calling for the explicit recognition, in legislation, of Sydney's culture, entertainment, and innovation precincts.
We acknowledge the Gadigal of the Eora Nation, the traditional custodians of this land and pay our respects to the Elders past and present.
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Our strategic goals are:
To lead, develop, and encourage collaboration among local businesses and stakeholders
- leadership in executing on a sustainable 24 hour city framework
- increased foot traffic in area
- increased destination traffic into area
- destination development, management and marketing
- increased identity recognition of the area
- increased volume and diversity in businesses
- adapt Oxford St to become a flourishing village ‘high street’, placing the human experience first
We gratefully acknowledge the City of Sydney for the Business Support Grants that make our projects possible.
We have an involved member's base, and are always looking for more passionate locals to join us. So, if you have an ABN and live or work Darlo then become a member today.
Or add your email to our mailing list and see what we get up to before you commit. Contact phone number. 02 9380 8223
Darlinghurst Business Partnership is a 'Business NSW' Alliance Partner. Once you join us, you get a raft of member's benefits at no extra cost, including 2 hours of free Professional Legal Advice.
The DBP formed in 2005 as a response to the very poorly managed Oxford Street 'Upgrade'. We have been through a number of iterations but have always been and a not-for-profit group of ABN wielders interested in fostering our creative, individualist community. We advocate, do marketing and offer practical support to local businesses.
We like art, culture, communication, advocacy and avoiding foreseeable stupidity.
In March/April 2015, and in response to increased anti-social behaviour experienced by traders in the area, we are rolling out a Street Safety Awareness campaign.
Strategically, we are now operating post a three-year-plan which saw us evolve into a mature, well-functioning organisation with a stable board and a solid, engaged member base or over 100.
We operate a Destination Marketing Strategy which is predicated on the idea that Sydney is addicted to events and icons in the CBD and harbour when what the independent traveller wants is a fine-grained urban culture. Darlinghurst (and Eastside) is that culture and we are only a stone's throw from the CBD.
We also do a yearly Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras event called Oxtravaganza. 2020 will be our fourth year, and the event has quadrupled in size since its inception. We run quarterly networking / business development nights that are always so much fun that we forget to take pics. We have recently updated our website, and all the old marketing and media collateral got lost in the transition.
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