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Is there a place where I can get information on free grants for women starting a new business?

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Arguably the best third party source for any free financial information on grants for women who want to start a new business is the Australia Business Financing Centre. In addition to helping you with free information on grants for women starting a new business, the Centre has resources that may help you find specific funding programs that may be of use to you. The ABFC does not apply on your behalf, though, nor does it provide any funding of its own. Always double check any third party information with the original government source by visiting a programís website and confirming all details. Our advisers are ready to help you if you have questions or concerns and can be reached by phone at 1800 291 110 or online via our information contact form.
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