|This week's eBulletin|
|COVID Lockdown Lifted with Restrictions|
From today, the Victorian Government will permit businesses to reopen for trade under the following conditions:
|Deployment of COVID Business Support Officers|
To help you stay COVID safe, and avoid fines Council is about to deploy a team of COVID Business Support Officers to engage with businesses and provide information and support within Brimbank’s shopping strips and commercial precincts.
The new officers are keen to show you how to operate your business in a COVID Safe way and avoid a potential State Government fine of $1,652.
While on-site, they can also explain some free business support available to help you through difficult trading conditions.
For assistance with your COVIDSafe plan or to connect to free expert business advice, email email@example.com.
|Mandatory Use of The Victorian Government QR Code Service|
The Victorian Government is increasing its COVID compliance within Brimbank. Victorian Government Authorised Officers can issue on-the-spot $1,652 fines to businesses found not using the Victorian Government approved QR Code check-in system.
Ensure the QR code in your business can be seen, accessed and all entering your premises use it to check in.
Use this step-by-step guide on how to use the free Victorian Government QR Code Check-in System here.
You can register your business for free right now here.
|Last Chance for Tickets!|
The Brimbank Localised Business Meetup is a great way to network and connect with other local businesses and introduce yourself!
|Digital Jobs Program - Internships|
The Victorian Government’s Digital Jobs program is building a new talent pool of people with digital skills.
|Have Your Say|
Melbourne Airport Rail
Rail Projects Victoria are seeking community feedback on the Melbourne Airport Rail Link project concept designs.
To have your say click here.
Greening the Pipeline, Brooklyn
Melbourne Water are seeking feedback on the proposed redevelopment of a 2.7km section of public land in Brooklyn.
The Greening the Pipeline initiative aims to transform the heritage listed Main Outfall Sewer pipeline reserve, along the Federation Trail bike path, into a parkland.
To have your say click here.
|Legal Requirements for Online Trading - Webinar|
Do you know your legal rights when trading online?
This webinar is a must for all businesses with an online presence. Our presenter, Tania White is an experienced commercial lawyer with real experience running a business. Tania will take the participants through:
|Small Business Bus - St Albans|
Learn new skills to build your business:
5th - Legal Requirements for online Trading - Register here
19th - How to Build a Professional Website - Register here
9th - Social Media Strategy - Register here
15th - eCommerce: How to set up an online store - Register here
Develop your business skills and strengthen your business - for further information click here
Small Business Victoria
A series of webinars to improve business success - for further information click
ATO: Support for Small Business Webinar
A series of free interactive online webinars presented by experienced tax specialists, where you can ask questions to help you apply the information to your situation - register here
|COVID Business Requirements and Links|
Make sure you’re adhering to the current COVID restrictions
|Powerful Business Resources|
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