Business Foundations works in partnership with Federal, State and Local Governments as well as Chambers and community organisations to provide business advice and support and work on projects to build local economies.
Business Foundations helps people start businesses through the delivery of the New Business Assistance with NEIS Program on behalf of the Australian Government.
We work with the Small Business Development Corporation to deliver workshops for small businesses to equip them with the skills and knowledge to grow their business.
The City of Perth’s goal is to promote the area as a connected place that offers friendly experiences. This City hosts the greatest concentration of jobs, education and services.
The City of Cockburn aims is to promote the area as the premier place to live and work in the greater Perth region. This city hosts a range of wetlands, tourist attractions, residential areas.
The City of Stirling creates a place where people want to live, work, and invest by providing an abundance of housing, employment, and recreational opportunities.
The Boosting Female Founders Initiative is a grant to help female founders of start-up businesses to launch and scale their businesses into domestic and global markets.
Business and community groups working in partnership enjoy many advantages. Below are a list of the community organizations Business Foundations have had the pleasure of working with.
Business Foundations is proud to be working with Djarindjin Aboriginal Corporation. They will be delivering the Remote Communities Pilot Program for Language, Literacy, Numeracy and Digital Skills (LLND) Development in Western Australia.
We work with the Onslow Chamber of Commerce and Industry to provide advice to local businesses and training workshops.
We have a longstanding relationship with the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Chamber of Commerce and Industry to help local businesses to start and grow.
Business Foundations is delighted to announce that from 2020 we are a member of Supply Nation. We work with indigenous businesses to help them start, grow and continue to thrive and are committed to help close the gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians.
Our partnership with local universities and networks opens up a diverse range of opportunities and innovation. Read about our current university partners and networks below.
We are a service provider to the WirraHub, a business incubator created to help the indigenous business sector to thrive in Western Australia by providing support.
Business Foundations provides business advisory and training workshops to local governments as part of their local economic development programs.
The City of Fremantle‘s goal is to grow their local arts and culture industries within a socially and environmentally progressive City.
The City of Kwinana‘s goal is to develop an area rich with local business opportunities, surrounded by nature.
The City of Melville aims to create an inclusive, vibrant, and sustainable future with a a blend of residential areas.
The City of Rockingham creates a welcoming, vibrant destination recognized for their pristine beaches and marine environments.
The Shire of Serpentine-Jarrahdale aims to promote social, environmental and economic growth to increase opportunities in the area.
The City of Wanneroo goal is to foster a progressive, connected community that facilitates economic growth and employment opportunities.
2 Cantonment Street,
Fremantle WA 6160
(Level 1, Behind The Church)
PO Box 1616, Fremantle WA 6959