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Running a Business
Operating a business can be challenging. Staying up-to-date on industry trends and opportunities can give you confidence and your business direction.
Starting a Business
Congratulations on starting your business in Ballarat. We understand that navigating through government can be challenging. That’s why we have established the Business Concierge Service. This service will help you become operational as soon as possible by assisting you: Through the permit application process Engage with the different City of Ballarat departments Underst...
We provide residential and street litter waste collection services. If you need your business waste collected, you will need to contact a private waste service.
Supporting our businesses
The City of Ballarat is working with our local business community to ensure retailers and businesses not only survive this pandemic but thrive afterwards.
Growing your Business
The decision to expand your business can be both exciting and daunting. We’re here to help you understand what may be required to increase your business operations. Our Business Concierge Service is available to assist you navigate through government to grow your business. Who can I talk to about Business Concierge Service? Contact our Business Engagement Officer on 03 5320 5500 or by&...
Registering a domestic animal business
Under current legislation, all domestic animal businesses must be registered with the City of Ballarat. Domestic animal businesses include: animal pounds operated by the City of Ballarat or a City of Ballarat contractor breeding businesses (cats and/or dogs) training for dogs and cats pet shops animal (welfare) shelters dog/cat rearing/breeding premises.
Helping businesses support the community | ourballarat spring 2023
While there is no strict definition of a social enterprise, the key element is that it is a business that does good in society beyond generating a profit.
A make over for beauty business Rubi Wax and Beauty
Inspiration can sometimes strike under the strangest circumstances. The night before she was due to start her first round of chemotherapy for stage three breast cancer, Steph Nunn, 34, noticed a ‘for sale’ sign on a shop window in Lydiard Street North.
Empowering businesses to exchange waste as a resource | ourballarat Spring 2021
If Eliza Whitburn-Weber has her way, your next coffee from a Ballarat café might do a whole lot more than give you a morning pick-me-up.
D2E Gym steps up its health and fitness business
In 2014, husband and wife duo Mel and Eric Morris took a big gamble. After running bootcamps and personal training sessions for many years, the pair invested their life savings into a gigantic warehouse space in Delacombe, which they turned into D2E Gym.