People are realising the impact and importance of marketing their business online to reach their customers to generate revenue.

Here are 5 ways you can use Government financial assistance to adapt and grow your business online and how we can help:


1. A New Online Store (eCommerce)

In the times of increasing lockdowns of services, adapt your business to sell online or create an improved customer experience with a new online Store. We are Shopify Experts and experienced in creating customised online stores that sell.

2. A New Website

We know more people are online right now. Get your business seen with a website that represents your brand perfectly, is SEO optimised and ready to generate leads and enquiries.

We custom build WordPress websites that are easy to edit, look great and are user-friendly. We also provide training so you can feel confident using the website to its full potential right from the start.

3. Additions to Your Current Website

Already have a website but need to create the ability for customers to order online and pick up instore? Whatever you need for your website or online store to keep generating business, we have a talented team of designers and developers ready to make it happen.

4. Digital Marketing

Whether you need a digital strategy devised to navigate through COVID-19 and beyond or assistance getting your business in front of more customers online with Pay-Per-Click advertising, SEO or Social Media posting, we can help.

5. Branding

Your brand is your business’ most important asset. It needs to be professional and speak to your target audience. We do everything from business naming and logo creation to design of marketing collateral.


Get in touch to get your project started.


More information about the latest economic assistance packages:

You will need to do your own research to ensure you qualify and for what assets you can claim but we have provided some handy information and links below to help you find out more. 


Encouraging Small Business Investment

  • Instant asset write-off for new assets costing up to $150,000 (excluding GST) purchased before 30 June 2020.  This includes websites, eCommerce stores and branding.
  • Special 50% up-front deduction for new assets purchased before 30 June 2021.

Find more information here.


Queensland State Government Loans for Small Business

  • Low interest loans of up to $250,000 to be made available by the state government.

Find more information here.