Business Resources

There are a range of services available online to assist you in starting up, or running your business.
These useful resources are provided by The City, government, not-for-profit and community organisations.

How can The City assist your business?

The City’s Business Engagement Officer is the new specialist point of contact for businesses in Cockburn, and will be organising workshops and networking events in 2019. The Business Engagement Officer can also help guide you through local government processes. If you have not yet met the City’s Business Engagement Officer and would like to have a chat about business or find out how the City can support your business, contact to make an appointment. 

Subscribe to the business e-newsletter

The City’s new Business Engagement Officer wants to ensure local businesses are aware of what’s going on in Cockburn, and the initiatives and decisions that are being made that may impact on your business. To keep up to date please sign up to the new Business in Cockburn eNewsletter

Business skills and events

The City works in partnership with other organisations to deliver a variety of business skills training, workshops and events. Explore upcoming business events.

Government resources  Business training and development Business associations/networking groups Economic data about Cockburn Innovation Tenders
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