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Tourism WA extends deadline for Business Survival Grant applications
Tourism WA have extended the deadline for applications for the Tourism Business Survival Grant to 4pm Monday 13th July 2020.
Tourism WA Managing Director Brodie Carr advises “this decision was made based on feedback we’ve received from people letting us know they need more time to submit suitably researched and factual applications to make their best case for grant support.
“For people who have already submitted an application, the extension means they can re-open, review, amend and re-submit their application if they would like to.
“This is an exceptionally challenging time for our industry. We want operators to feel supported and for eligible tourism businesses to use this grant money to help them recover.”
Carr added “this grant process is competitive and we won’t be able to help everyone. But a strong submission means eligible applicants have the best possible chance to receive a share of the $4 million funding pool.”
Tourism WA note the following channels available for help and advice with the application process:
• Contact the Recovery Team at Tourism WA by email
• Contact Tourism Council WA .TCWA have a series of webinars to support Tourism Business Survival Grant applicants in areas such as how to write a competitive applications, developing a recovery plan and marketing.
• Contact your Regional Tourism Organisation who are also able to provide valuable information, advice and contacts. A list of Regional Tourism Organisations can be found on Tourism WA’s corporate website.
Full details on the Tourism Business Survival Grant, including the Grant Guidelines and Frequently Asked Questions, can be found on our corporate website.
Image courtesy of Tourism WA.
5th February 2020 - Tourism WA supports industry impacted by coronavirus
25th July 2019 - George Calombaris dropped from Tourism WA marketing role
6th September 2018 - Former world surfing chief executive named Tourism WA Managing Director
1st September 2018 - Tourism WA backs Asia-Pacific’s biggest mountain bike event
23rd August 2018 - New appointee to lead Tourism WA and Western Australia’s jobs agenda
2nd July 2018 - Tourism WA looks to promote visitation to Broome and Perth Hills
28th June 2017 - New commissioners and chair appointed at Tourism WA
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