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Victorian Small Business Digital Adaption Program

Published by:
Alf Couceiro
Published on:
December 03, 2020
Victorian Small Business Digital Adaption Program

What is the program?

Whoever would have thought of the impact COVID-19 would have on a businesses digital operating environment? In response to these significant forced changes that many have experienced, the Victorian Government has announced a Small Business Digital Adaption Program. Designed to allow eligible businesses to trial and receive access to digital products, tools and training, eligible business can use the funding to build digital capability in day to day operations.

The program does not only include the introduction of new digital programs and infrastructure, it also includes the renewal of lapsed products and the upgrading of existing tools. From a website, finance program, digital business management tools and e-commerce, this cash rebate will not only support digital innovation in Victorian businesses, but also the support of the information technology sector in the state.

The program doesn’t last for long. Open for registration now, the rebate will be available until funding is exhausted or until 28 February 2021. The maximum rebate a business can apply for is $1,200 to access the new or renewed product for a 12 month period.

To be eligible for the rebate, register here. But don’t take to long to act, time is running out!

More information can be found on the program here.

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