NSW Investment Concierge
We’re your first point of contact with the NSW Government for all enquiries about investing in Sydney and NSW. We coordinate NSW investment enquiries and provide government assistance.
We’re responsible for promoting, attracting and facilitating productive foreign direct investment (FDI) here. We also work with local councils, and NSW and federal government departments, to provide businesses with the information they need to establish or expand.
- assist you with market intelligence and investment opportunities
- help with business case development
- help identify suitable investment locations and partners in NSW
- assist with familiarisation visits to NSW
- advise on NSW government programs and approval processes
- connect you with government contacts and the local business network
Our services to international companies are free, comprehensive and confidential.
The NSW Government offers a range of programs and initiatives to support businesses as they grow to reach their full potential in NSW. These programs and initiatives have a range of eligibility requirements and can vary on sector or geographic needs.
Contact the NSW Investment Concierge if you'd like to know more about doing business in Sydney or New South Wales.
Programs and initiatives
Access a range of government programs and initiatives designed to support businesses to establish and grow in NSW.
Find out more about government programs and initiatives
Regional Investment Attraction Package
The NSW Government offers a range of incentives to attract new and growing businesses to regional NSW.
Learn more about the Regional Investment Attraction Package
Government support services
Locate specific government services that offered tailored support for businesses to help them establish, grow and innovate in NSW.
Browse government support services
Getting started in Sydney and NSW
Where to find information about registering your business, tax, intellectual property, hiring employees, Australian business regulation and more.
Browse our guide for investors wanting to start a business in NSW