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Boost Your Business | Business Victoria

Applicants should refer to the program guidelines for the specific program eligibility criteria. For example, the Social Enterprise Capability and Food Innovation streams do not require a minimum annual turnover or employment of 20 or more staff.

Overview

The three overarching objectives of Boost Your Business Vouchers are to:

* increase the number of Victorian businesses entering new export markets and securing supply chain opportunities
* increase the number of Victorian Businesses developing and commercialising new products and services through research and development and generating  improved productivity through process innovation
* improve the capability of Victorian businesses to accelerate growth and realise new opportunities.

In the longer term, the Boost Your Business Vouchers will help grow the Victorian economy by supporting the following outcomes:

* Victorian businesses are inventive, responsive and diverse, with increased levels of business innovation and business diversification
* Victoria creates and diffuses knowledge through research,

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Business Licensing Authority – Consumer Affairs Victoria

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Update

The Business Licensing Authority website has now merged with the Consumer Affairs Victoria website.

Jurisdictional arrangements for licensing remain the same, however all of your licensing and regulation information is now available in the one location on the Consumer Affairs Victoria website.

You can access this information via the following links:

Who we are

Victoria’s Business Licensing Authority (BLA) provides licences to businesses that need one to operate lawfully.

In performing our role, we balance the interests of business, consumers and the public.

The BLA and Consumer Affairs Victoria share office space and work together closely.

The BLA is an independent regulator within the Victorian Government’s Justice portfolio, operating under the Business Licensing Authority Act 1998 (the Act).

It licenses and registers:

  • conveyancers
  • estate agents
  • motor car traders
  • owners corporation managers
  • rooming house operators
  • second-hand dealers and pawnbrokers
  • sex work service providers.

The Act requires that

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