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ADIA CEO Update: Disaster Relief and Support for Small Businesses
ADX Sydney Update
We currently have 6051 delegate registrations (4324 at the same time in 2020)
(NSW: 79%, VIC: 8%, QLD: 6%, Other: 7%) and 191 exhibitors confirmed for ADX Sydney.
Severe Weather and Flooding Support for Small Businesses
|The Federal and State governments have confirmed further support for businesses impacted by flooding to support clean-up, rebuilding and recovery.|
New South Wales:
Assistance is being provided to the following 45 local government areas in NSW through the jointly funded Commonwealth-State Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements (DRFA):
The payments are being provided through the jointly funded Commonwealth-State Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements (DRFA) for eligible applicants in the 19 local government areas of:
The support package includes:
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ADIA CEO Update: Update on ADX Sydney 2022
Latest NSW COVID-19 News - a boost to consumer confidence
|From today, NSW will see restrictions eased ahead of schedule following Premier Dominic Perrottet’s announcement yesterday.
Seeing the stabilisation of COVID cases over the last couple of weeks indicates to the public that we are tracking well and should see a further boost in confidence.
COVID Safe Preparation for ADX Sydney 2022
|To ensure that ADX Sydney is as safe as possible, ADIA has conducted an updated risk assessment and will be implementing all recommendations at ADX Sydney.
ADIA will notify ADX Sydney attendees that:
ADIA will Supply Rapid Antigen Tests to all ADX Sydney exhibitors:
NSW Government guidelines are subject to change and precautions will be updated accordingly
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ADIA CEO Update: 10 February
With 3357 delegate registrations (NSW: 79%, VIC: 8%, QLD: 5%, Other: 8%) and 177 exhibitors confirmed, we are pleased to see the optimism instilled in the community as a result of the massive drop in daily COVID-19 cases reported across Australia.
We are still continuing to receive enquiries and demand from organisations wanting to exhibit at ADX. So there's no doubt we'll be sold out in the next two weeks! Register Now Latest COVID-19 Business News Rent relief for small and family businesses:
As small and family businesses continue to grapple with the financial impact of the Omicron wave, the Victorian Government has extended a branch of support with the introduction of new regulations under the Commercial Tenancy Relief Scheme.
Eligible commercial tenants with an annual turnover of $10 million or less who have suffered a decline in turnover of at least 30 per cent due to COVID-19 will be able to access the scheme. The new regulations operate from 16 January 2022 and run until 15 March 2022. Find out more COVID-19 Resources for Managing Your Business What to do if a worker tests positive at my workplace?
Victoria's Department of Health has provided information and advice for businesses who have a COVID-19 case in the workplace, including new changes workplaces need to know. Find out more New resources for tenants and landlords:
The Victorian Small Business Commission has developed a suite of resources to help make sure tenants and landlords are across what they need to know. Easy-to-search FAQS Optional letter templates for requesting rent relief (see question 17) and responding to a request (see question 22) Step-by-step process for tenants and landlords Helpful scenario showing how negotiations can break down and ways the VSBC can help New COVIDSafe Plan template:
A new COVIDSafe plan template is now available to help you reduce the risk of COVID?19 at your business. The updated template helps you document how you will manage a COVID?19 case in the workplace. It is mandatory for every Victorian business with on-site operations to have a COVIDSafe Plan in place. Find out more ...
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ADIA announces strategic partnership with Tyro Payments
Robbie Cooke, the Chief Executive Officer of Tyro.
Australian Dental Industry Association (ADIA) is pleased to announce a strategic partnership with Tyro.
Over 58,000 Australian businesses are supported by Tyro. Through Tyro's partnership with ADIA, our members and their customers will be able to take advantage of fast, simple, and integrated EFTPOS services.
"We are delighted to partner with the ADIA and to boost our involvement with the dental industry," said Robbie Cooke, the Chief Executive Officer of Tyro.
"Tyro has a proud history of supporting the health sector, and we are passionate about helping create a better healthcare system by removing the pain associated with paying for care. We look forward to partnering with the ADIA to learn more about your sector, being involved in ADIA events and demonstrate how our innovative yet simple payments and claiming solutions can streamline the process for patients, dentists and healthcare funders alike."
ADIA CEO Kym De Britt said "The partnership between ADIA and Tyro is a pleasure. As a leader in EFTPOS solutions, Tyro is able to provide strong support to our members.
"The direct connection between ADIA and Tyro Payment allows our members and their customers to optimise the business through rapid sales and payments cycles."
Tyro experts will be available at ADX Sydney in March 2022 for members and dental professionals.
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ADIA CEO Update: COVID-19 Update
As depicted in the graph below, there has been a significant drop in the number of COVID-19 cases reported across Australia since the peak in January. If the trend continues to follow forecasting, this should see a boost in consumer confidence leading into March and hopefully a prosperous 2022 after the uncertainty we've had the last two years.
The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME)
ADX Sydney 2022
With only six weeks to go until ADX Sydney 2022 kicks off at the ICC, industry confidence remains high with over 3000 delegate registrations and 180 exhibitors confirmed. We expect to put out the sold out sign by the end of the month given the current enquiries and increasing demand from organisations wanting to exhibit at ADX.
Latest COVID-19 Business News
- Business Support Package Released:
The Small Business Support Program will provide businesses in NSW with an annual turnover of between $75,000 and $50 million with a decline in turnover of at least 40 percent by providing a payment covering up to 20 percent of their weekly payroll for the month of February 2022.
In addition, the existing Small Business Fees, Charges and RAT Rebate will be increased from the current $2,000 limit to $3,000 and employing businesses will be able to offset 50 percent of the cost of RATs.
- Staged return of non-urgent elective surgery:
From next Monday 7 February, non-elective surgery requiring an overnight stay can now safely resume at private hospitals and some of our public hospitals that are in a position to do so in regional and rural NSW.
- COVID-19 Resources for Managing Your Business
What do I need to do if a worker tests positive at my workplace?
NSW Health has provided a useful list of steps on what your business needs to do following reports of a positive COVID-19 test at your workplace.
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