Information about resolving business disputes now available in more languages

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Victorian business people can now access information in languages other than English about how to get help to resolve a business dispute or what they need to know before they sign a retail lease.

The Victorian Small Business Commission (VSBC) has released translated resources in Arabic, Simplified Chinese, Dari, Spanish, Turkish and Vietnamese.

The new online materials include:

  • an easy-to-read fact sheet about how the Victorian Small Business Commission can help resolve small business disputes
  • a retail leases information brochure with important information tenants need to know before signing
  • an animation on the VSBC’s services with translated voiceover and subtitles (in Arabic, Vietnamese and Simplified Chinese)

The VSBC is a first step for small business disputes and saves small businesses time and money rather than going through the courts.

To find out more, go to the VSBC’s languages webpage www.vsbc.vic.gov.au/languages.

 

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