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Indigenous business sees hard work pay off

Print Junction is an Indigenous, family-owned and operated business located in Adelaide, South Australia, selling to the Australian Government.

Gary's home and garden care

Tasmanian business caring for Australia’s fallen

Gary’s Home and Garden Care is a family-run business operating out of Launceston, Tasmania, working with the Department of Veterans Affairs.

Latrobe Valley enterprise

Small business finds success selling to government

Meet the supported employment provider delivering high-quality services to support the Australian Government and empower its local community.

Tasmanian charity bravely rolls their program out to the nation

Tasmanian charity bravely rolls their program out to the nation

The Try, Test and Learn Fund trials innovative solutions to reduce welfare dependence. The Brave Foundation, an organisation providing support to teen parents, is running one of the fund’s first trials.