Free one-on-one business advisory sessions to support inner-city businesses impacted by COVID-19

It has been a challenging time for many businesses during COVID-19. Small business that operate in inner-city Melbourne normally benefit from strong domestic, regional and international tourism, international education and city workers. With these economic drivers disrupted, focused funding is required to support the reactivation of the inner-city economy.
 
City of Melbourne has partnered with the Victorian Government to deliver $10 million in extra support for inner-city businesses in the CBD, Southbank and Docklands.
 
Moore Australia’s (VIC) partnership with the City of Melbourne allows us to deliver one-on-one support consultations for local businesses, which is funded by City of Melbourne.
 
This support allows a series of meetings (virtual or via phone) with one of our senior business experts. The purpose of the meetings is to discuss your current challenges and strategies for your business to succeed in the new COVID-19 normal world.
 
Who is eligible to apply?
To access business support services businesses must:
  • have a valid Australian Business Number (ABN).
  • an appropriate legal structure, such as an Australian registered company, business cooperative or partnership.
  • employ people, up to 50 FTE employees and be a participant in the Commonwealth Government’s JobKeeper Payment scheme.
  • be a ‘bricks and mortar’ business impacted by COVID-19 and located within the City of Melbourne municipal boundary, and within the post code areas of the CBD (3000), World Trade Centre (3005), Docklands, (3008) or Southbank (3006). Businesses physically located within co-working spaces, must be able to demonstrate they are located in this space at least 50% of the year.
 
How to apply
To find out more about eligibility and how to apply, please visit the City of Melbourne Inner-city business support page. Contact us to book a free one-on-one support session with one of our senior business experts.