Taking a big stand for small business

February 4, 2019

It commits signatories to pay eligible Australian small business suppliers on-time and within 30 days of receiving a correct invoice, and help suppliers implement new technologies and practices to speed up invoicing.

The relationship between small, medium and large business is worth about $500 billion a year to the Australian economy.

When the entire business ecosystem thrives, the whole country thrives.

 

 

Visit the Australian supplier payment code website

It commits signatories to pay eligible Australian small business suppliers on-time and within 30 days of receiving a correct invoice, and help suppliers implement new technologies and practices to speed up invoicing.

The relationship between small, medium and large business is worth about $500 billion a year to the Australian economy.

When the entire business ecosystem thrives, the whole country thrives.

 

 

Visit the Australian supplier payment code website

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Support the campaign to get Australia moving by emailing your local members of Parliament today.
    To do list:
    • By Christmas, the state borders are open and there are clear national protocols in place for arrivals and departures, quarantining, local containment, and digital tracking and tracing
    • Careful and gradual reopening of international borders with priority given to:
      • returning Australians
      • international students, signalling to them we will be open for term one next year subject to agreed protocols for quarantining
      • targeted skilled visas for high demand workers to support business growth in Australia
    • Targeted visas aligned to the Global Business and Talent Attraction Taskforce
    • Establish a nationally consistent, risk-based approach to quarantine
    • Establish a process to identify and begin negotiating safe travel corridors with low risk countries

    State border closures have seen passenger numbers on Australia’s busiest air routes plummet 91 per cent since March, crippling the aviation sector and causing harmful knock-on effects in tourism and hospitality.

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    The economic fallout from the shutdown of domestic aviation over the past seven months is $17 billion and $61 billion for international flights.
    More than 34,000 people nationwide have been affected by job losses and furloughed positions. The fallout includes widespread job losses across the aviation sector including airlines, airports, catering, ground handling and transport services.

    We can’t afford to be left behind and miss out on opportunities to establish safe travel corridors with other low-risk countries who have also managed the virus well.

    Passenger aircraft carry much more than people.

    International aviation generates about $100 billion a year in export revenue and supports about 515,000 jobs across the country.

    Putting a nationally agreed plan in place for international travel will allow us to ramp up this critical sector once we get the green light. This is not a temporary problem for Australia. If we fail to begin carefully reopening, we will miss out.

    Support the campaign to get Australia moving by emailing your local members of parliament today.

    Authorised by J. Clark for the Business Council of Australia of 120 Collins St, Melbourne.