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Get Up To $10000 In QLD Govt Grants Towards Your Website To Help Your Business Through COVID-19?

Is your business capably of selling products or services online?
Then time to go Digital! WebScape can help you along the process.

📌 Round 2 Applications Opened July 2020

How it works

There are 3 simple steps to getting started!

Step #1 – Book a time on my calendar…

Step #2 –Discuss your website prospects and how you can transition your business to combat COVID-19.

Step #3 – Fill in Online Application and get you approved for a redesign or develop of a new website, SEO services and Online Marketing needs

I’ve been Project Managing Bespoke Website Development Projects for the Past 8 Years, Delivering Excellence to 300+ Clients

Designing With Purpose To Deliver Platforms That Are Built To Generate Revenue And Inspire Action.

PJ Carmody Painting & Decorating website designed by Webscape
5Star Distilling website designed by WebScape

To be eligible, your business must:

  • have been subject to closure or otherwise highly impacted by current shutdown restrictions announced by Queensland’s Chief Health Officer on 23 March 2020
  • demonstrate you have experienced a minimum 30% decline since 23 March 2020, over a minimum 1-month period due to the onset and management of COVID-19
  • employ staff and have fewer than 20 employees at the time of applying for the grant (employees must be on your payroll and does not include the business owner(s))
  • have a valid Australian Business Number (ABN) active as at 23 March 2020
  • be registered for GST
  • have a Queensland headquarters
  • have an annual turnover over $75,000 for the 2018–19 or 2019–20 financial year, or you can provide financial records that show this will be met for recently started small businesses
  • have a payroll of less than $1.3 million
  • not be insolvent or have owners or directors that are an undischarged bankrupt.

Regional and SEQ funding available

The program is available to eligible businesses throughout Queensland. For round 2, funding is being equally divided between regional Queensland and South East Queensland (SEQ).

  • Brisbane City Council
  • City of Gold Coast
  • Ipswich City Council
  • Lockyer Valley Regional Council
  • Logan City Council
  • Moreton Bay Regional Council
  • Noosa Shire Council
  • Redlands City Council
  • Scenic Rim Regional Council
  • Somerset Regional Council
  • Sunshine Coast Council
  • Toowoomba Regional Council