The Aboriginal Enterprise Development Officer (AEDO) Program assists in the establishment of locally sustainable Aboriginal businesses in NSW.

The AEDO program is staffed by Aboriginal People who have experience in small business operations and management. AEDOs are in touch with the needs of Aboriginal communities and work closely with local industry and local business development agencies.

When setting up a business, a number of factors have been considered

  • Insurances
  • Business Name
  • ABN
  • Taxation
  • Marketing
  • Promotions
  • Wages
  • Bookkeeping
  • Workcover
  • Cash Flow
  • Business Planning
  • Business Structure
  • Premises
  • Rules
  • Regulations
  • PAYG
  • Accountants
  • BAS
  • Budgets

The AEDO business advisory officer can provide advice, support and referral services on all these areas to ensure your business succeeds.

An AEDO officer assists you

  • Start up a small business
  • Research and develop a business plan
  • Arrange accredited small business training
  • Provide information on financial management
  • Provide ongoing mentoring support once your business is up and going
  • Provide information on how and where to apply for funding

The AEDO Program is a free service for Aboriginal people. So if you are considering on starting up your own business or expanding your current business, contact your local AEDO business advisory officer

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Turn your dream of owning a business into reality.

“The banks say I need a business plan, but I’ve never done one”

“How do I get an ABN”

“What if I have a deadly business idea but don’t know how to manage a business properly”

AEDO business advisory officers are able to assist you through the entire process of starting up your own business. Once your business has been established, the AEDO business advisory officer will then mentor you to get the best outcome for your business. Join the growing number of
Aboriginal businesses in NSW!

Contact:
Kirby Mills – 0418 643 738 or 1800 562 728