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FACTS ABOUT WOMEN
Women own almost half of all home-based businesses and one-third of businesses operating from other locations.
Women setting up business from home is the fastest growing sector of the Australian economy.
Women make or influence 80% of all purchasing decisions.
94% of all Australian businesses have an annual turnover of less that 2 million dollars.
Women owned businesses have less external debt, are more profitable and profitable much earlier than those owned by men.
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Women and Work
Managing Work|Life Balance
Consultancy providing organisations with effective work/life strategies to empower their people to perform at optimum levels.
Families at Work
A leading consultancy company, specialising in work|life balance policies and practices.
Small Business Tool Kit
Business Entry Point
Provides government information and transactions for people operating a business in Australia and their advisers, and people planning to start a business.
Funding for Small Business
Use this 'Grant Finder' service to search and identify any Government funding that your business might be eligible for.
Spam and Your Business
Practical advice about how you can reduce the amount of spam your business receives, and suggestions on what to do when you receive spam.
Australia's Business Licencing Requirements
Whether you are running a business or thinking of starting one, this site will help you to find out which licences and permits you need for that business
Australian Job Search
A free award-winning service operated by the Department of Employment, Workplace Relations and Small Business.
Apprentice and Traineeship Opportunities
Take on new staff, train them and receive financial support from the Government
Australia's number 1 job site.
Office of the Status of Women
Part of the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, the OSW provides policy advice to the Prime Minister and the Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for the Status of Women on issues affecting women in Australia.
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