A Personal Thanks To Small Business.

As we come to the end of the week of lockdowns here in WA, I’d like to be able to acknowledge small-scale companies for the role they’ve played. Our thoughts have been with the many residents of the community, including small-scale businesses that have been affected by the devastating forest fire disaster in the east of Perth and the lockdown that lasted for five days in Perth, Peel, and the South West.

I am so sad to learn of the loss of homes and pets that were lost by people living in the affected region, and I would like you to know that we are with you in your healing.

Unsurprisingly, despite being faced with disruption and uncertainty in their business, small-scale businesses acted quickly to assist those in their communities. Even in the face of challenges and challenges, they showed their civic spirit, providing essential support and donating their services and goods at no cost to the people suffering from the fire.

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Small-scale businesses also helped our community by observing the restrictions imposed on short notice this week to ensure WA is secure. If they had to suspend their activities or accelerate the implementation of SafeWA measures, they’ve proven that they can respond to environmental changes and stand with their community.

Some restrictions are in place for Perth and Peel in the absence of information about whether the community transmission of the virus is effectively stopped.

This blog, as well as, provides the most up-to-date information you need. Keep working to help us achieve our goals in halting the spread of community disease in particular by making contact registers mandatory as necessary.

Despite the difficulties that we have faced, our country’s economic indicators have given us a reason to be optimistic. Last week, I was privileged to participate in an event to launch the Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre (BCEC’s) report, Are You Back in Business? WA Small Businesses and the Impact of COVID-19. This thorough analysis explains how our Small Business sector has been affected by the COVID-19 virus. I urge you to read the entire report. The report includes several very positive conclusions regarding the outlook for small businesses when we come out of 2023.

Additionally, it contains important details about how variables like late payments affect small businesses.

I am looking forward to presenting further findings within the next few days.

I understand that dealing with constant change can be stressful for many. If you require guidance on navigating the business landscape when we emerge from the chaos, we are here to help.

In these times of greater demand, the best method of contacting us is through our website, which is where we have the latest information regarding the business landscape that is changing in the COVID-19 world, information about our training workshops to build skills and effective ways to get in touch with our team to receive individualized advice, including live chat.

Thank you again for all your hard work and contributions to WA. Small-scale businesses are the backbone of our economy. Our state isn’t able to function without you.

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