|Active Trading Businesses Operating in Australia by June 2011||2,132,412|
|Australian Businesses that Exported Goods between 2010 and 2011||17,774|
|Active trading businesses in Australia in the year 2010||2,124,650|
|Small Businesses in Australia that Employ Four People or Less.||88%|
|New Businesses in Australia that Survive for only Four Operational Years||54%|
|Australian Businesses considered as Small and Medium Enterprises||99.8%|
|Large Businesses that experienced Barriers to Innovation between 2010 and 2011||50.3%|
|Number of Businesses in Australia||2.3 Million|
- There were 61.2% non-employing businesses in Australia, with 23.9% employing businesses and small businesses accounting for 10.8%.
- The export has increased by 1.4% from the year 2009 to 2010
- In 2010-2011, small businesses and medium businesses had 65.8% and 58.8% barriers to innovation.
The Dominance of Small Businesses
- At the same time, 62% are non-employing, with approximately 98% employing 20 people and less.
- There are 1 to 4 employees in small businesses that make up 71% of total employing businesses.
- In 2017 and 2018, there has been an increase in the non-employing category by 5%.
- The employing categories range from 1 to 4, 5 to 19, 20 to 199, and 200 plus.
Businesses in Australia Survival
- Of the businesses that started less than four years ago, 46% are not operational at the moment.
- Notably, one in three businesses in Australia that has been operational in less than four years does not operate currently.
- 36% of the businesses in operational for 4 years no longer exist.
- There have been over 2 million businesses that have been operational in Australia for the previous four years.
Top 3 Australian Industries that have Highest Business Number
- There are 383,326 construction businesses in Australia.
- There are 280,425 technical, scientific, and professional services in Australia.
- There are 252,249 hiring, real estate, and rental services in Australia.
- There are over 2.3 million businesses in Australia.
- NSW and VIC are leading with over 2/3 of all Australian businesses that make 783,050 of all businesses.
- Victoria makes the largest annual growth with approximately 27 353 new businesses.
- The highest rate of entry in ACT stands at 18% regarding experience in the revolving of door effect
- The ACT also has the highest exit rates of 13%.
- The lowest revolving door effect entry is Tasmania, with the lowest exit rate of 10%.
Turnover Size Range
- The small business turnover for the ones operating from zero to $50,000 is 24.8%.
- The ones that have between $50,000 and $200,000 is 34.3%.
- Between $200,000 and $2,000,000 stands at 34.1%.
- The business that has a turnover of between $2 000,000 and $5,000,000 is at 4.0%.
- The ones at 1.4% operate at a turnover of between $5,000,000 and $10,000,000.
- Nevertheless, that has $10,000,000 and over is at 1.5%.
Start-Up Attempts Numbers and Types
- Over 1000 participants of the 30,000 households contacted randomly that were identified as the nascent firm founder.
- The 625 nascent firms with roughly 559 young firms were corporative in the interview.
- Business creation in the US stands at 4.9% as compared to 3.4% for Australia.
- Besides, the start-up retail industry stands at 13.6%, while consumer services are at 12.5%.
- Health, social services and education start-up business have a rate of 11.9%.
- Australian business services and consultations stand at 11.2%.
- Construction businesses are at 9.5%, while manufacturing is at 6%.
- The hospitality industry is at 4.1%, and the agricultural industry stands at 5.3%.
- Besides, the communication business in the Australian business is at 4.0%.
- However, the remaining 22% are in the miscellaneous industry.
Private Sector Contribution to Value added in Australian Business Size
- Most of the small businesses contribute around 34% to the private sector industries in Australia between 2010 and 2011.
- 23% contributed to medium-sized businesses, while 43 % is for the large businesses in Australia.
- Between 2013 and 2016, there have been Nano businesses in Australia that increased significantly.
- In 2013, the dataset stood at 35%, while in 2016, it was at 42%.
- Small businesses are the ones that are considered to have less than 20 employees in Australia.
Industry Contribution to Australian Small Business In Private Sector
- Around 80% of total forestry, fishing, and agricultural industry value-added tend to be attributed to Australian small businesses.
- 39% contribute to the private sector within the service sectors.
- There is also around 20% in the manufacturing sector that is up from 19% in 2009.
- However, 9% contribute to the mining sector.
Employment Share In the Private Sector By Business Size By The End Of 2011, June
- 84% 0f private Employment in the small business sector revolves around the service sector.
- There have been 9% of businesses in the agricultural, fishing, and forestry industry.
- In the manufacturing industry, there have been 6% in small scale businesses.
- Besides, the mining sector counts for 1% in the small business arena in Australia.
- Notably, 17% of the small business employments are in the service sector with much concentration to construction subsector.
- In addition, 13% of the small businesses are in scientific, retail trade, professional, and technical services subsectors.
Value of Exported Goods
- From 2010 to 2011, small businesses exported some goods that were worth $1.24 Billion.
- The export represented 0.5% of the goods exported total value.
- However, it is notable that from 2009 to 2010, the export value stood at 0.6%.
- The total value of the export from 2010 to 2011 was 32.9% from the small business enterprises.
- 1% was from the manufacturing industry, while the largest market share was from the transport, postal, manufacturing, and warehousing sector, with approximate 17.9%.
- However, the retail trade recorded a growth of 9.1% that significantly impacted the small industries in Australian small businesses.
- A large decrease in the export value in small businesses recorded 11.1%, especially in the fishing, forestry, and agricultural sectors.
- Nevertheless, the construction subsector recorded a decrease of 3.2%, which greatly impacted the small businesses sector in the Australian country.
Foreign Ownership Regarding Employment Size in Australia as of June 2011
- 97% of the Australian people own small businesses in the country.
- 9% of the employees in the small businesses are Australian natives in the businesses.
- However, the number always decreases with a high employment size that makes the Australian people 20.2% with a small business with over 200 people.
Geographic Markets that Business Sell Services and Goods Regarding the Size of Employment
- Where there is between 0 to 4 staff, there are approximately 78.9% of the market.
- The outsiders stand at 37.5%, within the range of 0 to 4 employees.
- The overseas market is at 5.7%, within the same range of 0 to 4 workers.
- However, when the employment size increases, like over 200 people, the locals increase to 79.0%, while the overseas markets stand at 34.6%.
- The businesses survival rate in Australia has declined, with small businesses doing at 59.7 from 2007 to 2011.
- Medium businesses with 20 and 199 staff have a survival rate of 75.8%, while the large businesses with over 200 persons stand at 74.3% in Australia.