June 20, 2023

Activate Tamaki Makaurau funding

We are very excited to let you know we are a service provider through Activate Tamaki Makaurau.


Last year, the Government announced a support package for businesses affected by alert level restrictions, and as the country transitions to the newCOVID-19 Protection Framework. This package helps businesses access:

• advice and planning support
• support to implement advice and planning
• health and wellbeing support
• business community resources 


Activate Tāmaki Makaurau has been set up to connect existing Auckland businesses with that support. It is an opportunity to assist the business community to navigate the current environment and build more resilient businesses by supporting them to work through tough decisions, seize future opportunities and adapt where necessary to enable businesses to thrive.


Business Advice can help with areas like financial planning and cashflow management, or help with your overall business management, continuity, and strategy.


Registrations are high and funding is limited and not guaranteed until businesses have successfully registered on the ActivateTāmaki Makaurau portal, requested a proposal/quote from a service provider, and had their funding applications approved via email. You can request we be your Service provider once registered. Please let us know once you have applied as we can work on getting your proposal/quote to you.


Remember, you only need to register once for Business Advice and/or Implementation Grants. Register here: Business Advice | Activate Tāmaki Makaurau (aucklandnz.com)

Unlock your business potential: Book your free consultation today!

Are you ready to elevate your business? Our team at Tael is here to help. Take the first step towards your business growth by scheduling your complimentary initial consultation today.

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