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April 5th, 2022Help for business

Macedon Ranges Shire Council is again encouraging local businesses affected by COVID-19 to apply for vouchers of up to $1000.

Macedon Ranges Shire Council is again encouraging local businesses affected by COVID-19 to apply for vouchers of up to $1000.
Funded from Council’s COVID Recovery budget, the Business Continuity and Resilience Program 2022 (BCRP2022) encourages all local businesses affected by COVID-19 to seek the services of not only local professional services businesses this time around, but also local health and wellbeing businesses.
Each business can apply for a maximum of two professional services vouchers and one voucher for health and wellbeing services across the whole BCRP program.
Planning and Environment director Rebecca Stockfeld said the council was focused on supporting local businesses and providing opportunities for growth.
“Council recognises that many businesses are still feeling the effects of COVID-19 and we are keen to continue to find ways to support them. This program aims to assist businesses wishing to upskill or explore growth opportunities,” she said.
The program will close 5pm on Friday, April 29 or when program funds are exhausted.
In addition to the vouchers, the council is also offering free mentoring sessions to businesses in the Macedon Ranges via The Small Business Bus. The government-funded mobile business mentoring service allows small business experts to provide assistance to business owners to plan, start or grow their business.
In-person mentoring sessions will be conducted from 10am-4pm, April 26 to 29 in Kyneton, Woodend, Gisborne and Romsey. Bookings are essential.
Link: www.mrsc.vic.gov.au/bcrp
To book a business mentoring session on The Small Business Bus visit mrsc.vic.gov.au/business-events or call 5421 9616.



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