eCommerce Accelerator Program (eCAP)
The eCommerce Accelerator Program (eCAP) is a financial assistance program to support South Australian small to medium-sized exporters who want to sell their products or services digitally and globally. The program supports businesses to grow their export revenue and create new jobs by selling products and services online.
See eCommerce Accelerator Program (eCAP)
South Australia Export Accelerator
The South Australia Export Accelerator (SAEA) grant is a financial assistance program for South Australian businesses who are looking to grow into international markets.
See South Australia Export Accelerator
Economic response package support
Access financial support from the South Australian and Commonwealth Governments to help minimise the impact of COVID-19 on your business.
$10,000 Emergency Cash Grants for Small Businesses
Small businesses and not-for-profit entities that employ South Australians who have been highly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic may be eligible to receive a $10,000 grant to support the operation of their business. The grant is being funded from the State Government’s $650 million Jobs Rescue Package.
Visit COVID-19 Small Business Grant Program
Business-saving loans for exporters
South Australian exporters impacted by COVID-19 can access business-saving loans between $250,000 and $50 million under a new $500 million capital facility to be administered by Export Finance Australia. The new COVID-19 Export Capital Facility will target loans to established and previously profitable exporters who, due to COVID-19, are unable to gain finance from commercial sources.
Visit Export Finance Australia
Export Market Development Grants
Export Market Development Grants reimburse promotional expenses for exporters aiming to increase their international sales. Broadened eligibility for reimbursable export activities affected by COVID-19 is now being applied.
Visit Export Market Development Grants
A range of support is available to businesses and employees. For the latest information on business assistance packages visit business.sa.gov.au. This page also has a link to Commonwealth Government support.
Contact your bank and BAS Agent or Accountant to discuss other support options.