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Business News Western Australia provides news, analysis and data to assist with strategic planning and business development. Enables access to headlines, market fluctuations, directors interests, organisation statistics, top 30 WA public companies stock movements and much more. Can only be accessed from within the library
Biz@Wanneroo is a free app providing the local business community, partners and stakeholders with timely and relevant business information, news and events. The app is available for download on Apple iOS and Android devices.
Click here for print and digital resources.
Your library - A one stop shop for writing or upgrading your resume, searching and applying for a job online. Friendly staff available for help and assistance. These online resources are provided to assist and support those seeking employment. We also offer free computer use and free Wi-Fi. You can also scan, print and photocopy.
Wanneroo Business Association
The Wanneroo Business Association serves the business community within the City of Wanneroo offering support for the needs of local business, and networking and promotional opportunities.
Located in the heart of the City of Wanneroo, the Hybrid 935 Co-Working Community is a co-working space for entrepreneurs, innovators, creatives, freelancers, digital start-ups and home-based business owners. It is an initiative of the Wanneroo Business Association and provides opportunities for collaboration and access to activities and events.
Starting a business
Free and confidential information on business requirements, economic trends, statistical trade, market analysis and benchmarking. Advice on identifying business opportunities, introductions and recommendations.
Money management, market research, industry information and more, the State Library of Western Australia (SLWA) provides a Guide to Business Information for personal finance, small business starters and operators.
The SBDC delivers relevant, practical support to small businesses in Western Australia. They provide a range of services to encourage, promote, facilitate and assist the establishment, growth and development of the small businesses sector.
Starting your own business can be an exciting but daunting time. To make sure you get off on the right foot, it’s important to plan properly and find out what’s involved.
Discovering more about business
The Australian Government can help you run and grow a successful business providing online business resources you may find useful. Topics include starting, running and exiting a business, grants, advisory and events.
Capitalise on the rapidly growing digital economy and incorporate digital technology across all facets of your business.
ASIC is Australia’s corporate, markets and financial services regulator.
Registration, BAS, online services, small business support, payments, key topics, workshops, videos and more.
Information and resources to help small businesses to “get it right”, including small business best practice guides.
Markets, trends and statistics
Business@DFAT offers strong support for Australian business by delivering useful information, resources and updates. Business Envoy, DFAT’s online publication, provides perspectives and insights on the economic and market impacts of geopolitical events and trends.
Information for businesses about their rights and responsibilities and the fair trading laws of Australia.
Australia's official statistical organisation, the ABS provides a high quality, objective, and responsive national statistical service.
ASX is one of the world’s leading financial market exchanges, offering a full suite of services, including listings, trading, clearing and settlement, across a comprehensive range of asset classes.
Businesses must use quality control measures to ensure that products they supply meet acceptable levels of safety. Product Safety provides a single entry point for businesses to information that helps to minimise risks associated with unsafe products.
Protect yourself and your business by being aware of the common scams targeting small businesses.
Choice Online gives instant access to over 200 tests and reports on food and health, white goods and home entertainment, essential services, everyday supermarket items and much more.
The Computer School is a training database providing easy online computer education. A powerful database offering free and instant access to a vast variety of computer skill tutorials such as MYOB, Microsoft Office, eCommerce, online marketing, IT skills etc.
In the news
Features the latest technology, money and markets news, along with ideas to inspire executives and high-end lifestyle features.
A free and small business advice website with a variant online start-up business community, whether you are looking for a business mentor or business ideas, StartupSmart will help you in starting a business the smart way.
Digital Editions contains the same content, editorial and photographic material as the printed version with the exception of The West Magazine and commercial inserts, which are not included.
Library Press Reader provides instant online access to today's newspapers from around the world in full-colour, full-page format
City of Wanneroo
The City of Wanneroo Community Profile provides demographic analysis for the City and its suburbs based on results from the Censuses of Population and Housing. The profile is updated with when the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) releases new figures
The City of Wanneroo's Economic Development Strategy and Action Plan 2016-2021 sets the direction for local economic development over the next five years. The strategy aims to consolidate support for local business and enhance the City’s focus on initiatives to simulate major investment, drive economic growth and diversify our economic base.
Home Business in Wanneroo
Most home businesses within the City of Wanneroo require Council approval. A home business is a small scale occupation or business operating at home by a resident of the property.
This page was last updated in September 2016