Small business resources in other languages
Small businesses are a key driver of the Australian economy.
If you operate or are planning to operate a small business as a registered company or under a registered business name, ASIC has published a booklet that provides handy information on running a small business in Australia.
ASIC aims to provide a workplace and services that all Australians can access and where all people are treated with fairness and respect. Read more about diversity at ASIC.
We acknowledge that many business owners in Australia speak a first language other than English.
To help non-English speaking business owners, ASIC has made this booklet available in other languages including Arabic, Simplified Chinese or Vietnamese.
ASIC Senior Executive Leader for Small Business Engagement and Compliance Diana Steicke said, 'ASIC is committed to meeting the needs of small business operators, regardless of culture and language. We facilitate and encourage equity, and ASIC will continue to make information accessible for all Australians.'
View the booklet in:
The booklet can also be ordered from ASIC's Moneysmart publications page.
Other resources and support
ASIC’s Moneysmart website also provides useful information about small businesses and money management in up to 20 different languages. See below for links.
- Self-employment: Manage the financial success of your business
- Starting a small business (Starter pack)
- Money management kit for community settlement workers
- First business app: Work towards starting your own business
- Simple money manager
ASIC’s Customer Contact Centre can be contacted on:
- 1300 300 630: within Australia
- + 61 3 5177 5407: outside Australia
The Customer Contact Centre's (CCC) business hours are Monday to Friday 8:30 am to 5:00 pm (local time) in each state and territory.
If you need an interpreter, contact the Translating and Interpreting Service (TIS) on 131 450 and they will call us with an interpreter so we can help you with your query.