Whether you are a new business looking to establish in Armadale, or an existing business, the following list may provide some useful contacts.
The Federal Department of Industry is streamlining the way businesses access industry information and services by putting their needs first – reducing red tape and providing quality, consistent services at the lowest possible cost.
Single Business Service assistance is universal – available to all Australian businesses – made up of a consolidated online presence accessible anytime and anywhere, a contact centre and a face-to-face business facilitation network to link interested businesses with relevant programs and services.
As a part of this initiative, from 1 July 2014, the following websites have been merged into a consolidated, single resource for business: business.gov.au, ausindustry.gov.au, enterpriseconnect.gov.au, commercialisationaustralia.gov.au, skillsconnect.gov.au and crc.gov.au.
Many of the programs and services that were previously available on these websites are now located in Grants and Assistance Finder on business.gov.au.
The Australian Trade Commission (Austrade) contributes to Australia’s economic prosperity by helping Australian businesses, education institutions, tourism operators, governments and citizens as they develop international markets, win productive foreign direct investment, promote international education, strengthen Australia’s tourism industry and seek consular and passport services.
Australian Bureau of Statistics
The Australian Bureau of Statistics is the national statistical collection agency in Australia.
We are an independent business association, leading the way in supporting locally owned businesses in the Armadale and the wider region. Our aim is to cultivate a positive business climate in the Armadale area. We provide valuable support and business networking opportunities for our members, so that our local businesses - and the region as a whole - cannot only grow, but flourish.
Business Foundations is a commercially focused, not-for-profit organisation dedicated to encouraging entrepreneurial activity in Western Australia. Our purpose is to make a difference in our community by supporting enterprise in its broadest terms in respectful, committed and innovative ways. We have helped thousands of successful new businesses and supported many more existing businesses in their sustainable growth over the past 20 years, and currently partner in providing the City of Armadale's Enterprise Development Program.
Department of State Development (WA)
The Department of State Development is staffed by technical experts in economics, law, resources, governance, policy, environment, heritage, project management, investment attraction and many other fields that contribute to developing economic supports for the future of the Western Australian economy.
There are a number of local newspapers and radio stations servicing the local Armadale region.
- Comment News
Bringing up-to-date local news, opinion, lifestyle, sport, real estate and motoring, Comment News is committed to providing homes and businesses from the City of Gosnells and City of Armadale into the Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale with relevant and topical information for young families.
- Examiner Newpaper
Since 1989 the Examiner has evolved from a community newsletter to a fully fledged weekly newspaper covering the areas of Armadale, Serpentine Jarrahdale and Gosnells with a circulation of 63,584.
- Heritage FM
107.3 HFM broadcasts 24 hours a day, 7 days a week providing a wide range of music programs produced and presented by local residents. A not for profit community organisation that aims to encourage your involvement in presenting local information, music and entertainment relevant to our community. 107.3 HFM is your local community radio station whether you are a resident, worker, student or a casual visitor in the Local Government areas of Armadale, Gosnells or Canning in the southeast metropolitan suburbs of Perth, Western Australia.
- Roleystone Courier
The Roleystone Courier is a community magazine that has been in existence in the Roleystone Karragullen community since 1977 and has established an iconic status in the area.
- The Valley Reporter
The Valley Reporter is a monthly community publication with 4150 copies printed and distributed to local residences, businesses and also out of area subscribers. A full colour publication printed on a glossy paper covering all the local news in and around Roleystone and its surrounding areas.
Small Business Development Corporation
The Small Business Development Corporation (SBDC) is an independent statutory authority, established in 1984 under the Small Business Development Corporation Act 1983. Whether you’re starting out as an independent contractor, setting up a small business from scratch, buying a franchise or developing an existing business, we provide free, expert advice – directly and through referrals to our partner organisations on a wide range of business topics.
Tourism Western Australia
We also aim to develop, attract and market events that strengthen WA’s brand, deliver visitors to the State, utilise venue infrastructure, add social vibrancy and encourage community participation. In addition, we work closely with industry and government to support the development of significant tourism infrastructure and encourage investment, as well as improve aviation access to the State.