Support for business
Information and resources to help you manage your small business during the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis and into the recovery phase.
Go to support for business on the Northern Territory Government website.
Business and economic data
Key business statistics, economic data, business, employment, labour market and business confidence.
Investment and major projects
Information on major projects, Local Jobs Fund, northern Australia development and regional economic development.
Information on the Territory’s emerging sectors for development, including the space and bioresources industries.
Calendar of business events in the Northern Territory, NT Training Awards, the Skills, Employment and Careers Expo, Aboriginal Economic Development Forum, WorldSkills and Try'a Skill.
Boards and committees
Industry Skills Advisory Council, Procurement Review Board, regional economic development committees, networks, councils and statutory authorities.
What we are doing
Interested in nominating for the Northern Territory Training Awards, but not sure where to start? Local communication expert, Amy Hetherington will share her tips and tricks on how to write a winning nomination.
Operation Rebound is the Territory Government’s economic recovery strategy for post coronavirus (COVID‑19).
The Northern Territory Government will deliver low cost infection control training to Territory businesses to minimise the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) and to help businesses reopen safely.
The Department of Trade, Business and Innovation is pleased to announce the Northern Territory (NT) Training Awards will proceed in 2020, with nominations extended until 19 June.
The Northern Territory Government have been working with a variety of training providers across the Territory to develop of suite of short courses to help workers impacted by coronavirus (COVID-19) to upskill and reskill.
The Northern Territory (NT) Government has released a three stage principles-based roadmap plan to take the NT to the new normal.
The Northern Territory (NT) Government has announced two significant steps in its plan for 50% renewables by 2030.
Apply now to access up to $20,000 to make a range of permanent security improvements to your business.
If you operate licensed premises in the Territory, you may be able to get funding to help protect your alcohol stock from theft and damage.
A $89 million co-investment fund to accelerate major and significant projects in the Territory.