Business Tasmania

Find out more about the department through our 1800 information and referral service for Tasmanian industry and small business.


Departmental contacts

The Department of Economic Development, Tourism and the Arts has numerous offices throughout Tasmania. Regional offices are located in the:


Resources

The department provides high-quality information and advice to professionals, businesses and industry sectors. Resources include:


Services

The department actively supports cultural and economic development in the state by working closely with the community, business and industry to provide advice and assistance.


Advice and services. All you need to know.

Latest news

Farming Loan Scheme

In Tasmania, the Concessional Loans Scheme will assist Farm Businesses experiencing debt servicing difficulties but are considered potentially viable in the longer term.

Farm finance concessional loans scheme guidelines

The Tasmanian Government has released the inquiry report into the January 2013 bushfires, detailing the government’s response to some of the most severe bushfires on record in Tasmania.

A plan for Australian Jobs logo

As part of the Australian Government Jobs Package a series of Industry Innovation Precincts are to be established.
These precincts will be led by industry and will help businesses and researchers collaborate, share knowledge, create products and services and take advantage of business opportunities.

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Business Tasmania is a user-focused online tool to providing easy access to business information and helping make compliance easier. www.business.tas.gov.au has relevant content, links and tools squarely designed to meet the needs of people in business.

 

This page has been produced by the Department of Economic Development, Tourism and the Arts. Questions or comments concerning the contents of the site can be directed to the webmaster by email to info@development.tas.gov.au.

The URL for this page is: http://www.development.tas.gov.au/economic/advice_and_services     This page was last modified on 5th March 2013 .