The RED Grants program is a $28.8 million (over five years) State Government initiative that invests in community driven projects to stimulate economic growth and development in regional Western Australia.Applications for Round 3 of the funding closed at noon on 7 July 2020.
More information on further RED Grants rounds will be provided as information becomes available.
Peel Job and Skill Centre
A State Government service offering free one-stop-shop for career, training and employment assistance at South Metropolitan Tafe Peel (Mandurah). Suitable for:
Small Business Advice
Is a FREE service funded by the Western Australian State Government for small businesses the South West and Peel regions.
Expert advice to small businesses - including home-based businesses, start-ups and existing businesses including:
Business Support and Networking
Peel Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI)
The CCI provides a range of services to members including employee relation's and occupational health and safety support, training and skills development, resource projects information and economic research.
A co-working and innovation space for entrepreneurs, start-ups, smaller companies and individual workers in the heart of Mandurah.
Are you interested in volunteering at future events, providing fresh ideas, planting a new community garden, constructing new seating or shade structures in the CBD? We need your help with a range of ideas.
The City of Mandurah is now collaborating with Shape Mandurah to:
The success of Shape Mandurah is dependent on creative volunteers getting involved to help implement new ideas.
Shape Mandurah is a not for profit community committee group celebrating and connecting the Mandurah community in our urban spaces, inviting places to inhabit and providing community residents with a voice. Shape Mandurah would love to hear from you so please get in touch or alternatively, if you have any questions regarding Shape Mandurah please feel free to email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Business administration support – online resources
Business owners can access a range of free, confidential business support services that are funded by State and Federal Government.
BrandLocal empowers small business owners with education and support, helping them make more informed marketing decisions, saving them time & money, while giving them control of their business growth.
Join one of their webinars to learn how to take control of your marketing.
This program is for Mums operating from home to assist in developing their business.
Where: Mandurah Business Development Centre, 10 Lively Place Mandurah
When: All courses are currently suspended till further notice.
While the course is open to all participants, due to limited numbers, preference will be given to Mandurah residents.
Startup Smart Creative is designed specifically for entrepreneurs who want to learn how to develop a product range for sale.
The program provides tools to start a new business, and is focused on hands-on learning about sustainable products made from glass and recycled glass. It will also include an additional course, Re-Use. Re-Make. Re-Imagine, where you will learn how to re-purpose old products and give them a new look or a new use.
The workshop topics are:
Over eight - two hour weekly sessions. We will challenge your entrepreneurial potential and help you to create new business opportunities.
You will have two choices for our practical part of the workshop:
Where: Mandurah Business Development Centre 10 Lively Place, Mandurah
Course Date: All courses are currently suspended till further notice
Please note: While the course is open to all participants, due to limited numbers, preference will be given to Mandurah residents.
With the increase of online dating apps and platforms, there is a growing need to keep people on blind dates safe. As such, the City of Mandurah Liquor Accord are promoting the Ask for Angela campaign across bars and restaurants to keep people safe on their night out.
This program subtly let people know if they felt unsafe or uneasy on a date, they could approach bar staff and 'Ask for Angela'. The phrase alerts bar staff, and enables them to defuse the situation discreetly.
We’re encouraging businesses within the City of Mandurah to embrace this program. Download the Ask for Angela poster, staff training checklist and tips and become an Ask for Angela venue.
Full support and staff training also available through the City’s Community Development Officers. Contact email@example.com or call on 9550 3695 for more information.