The Medical Technology, Biotechnology, and Pharmaceutical (MTP) Industry Growth Centre (MTPConnect) in conjunction with the Western Australian Government and The University of Western Australia (UWA), has announced the establishment of the Western Australian Node (the WA Node) of MTPConnect in Perth, to support the state’s burgeoning life sciences sector. The WA Node of MTPConnect was launched … Continue reading MTPConnect launches Western Australian Node
Minister for Employment and Small Business Shannon Fentiman said during a visit to students at Warrigal Road State School that the latest round of small business grants will help local businesses to thrive and grow, leading to more jobs for Queenslanders, according to the Queensland state government’s website. “We know the first few years can … Continue reading Grants available to help small businesses get a kickstart
A report by the South Australian government has said that a new technology in South Australia that will make it more affordable to convert agricultural waste into high value activated carbon could soon be on the market with a $217,000 State Government grant. Adelaide based company ByGen’s breakthrough product has the potential to convert millions … Continue reading ByGen activated carbon tech breakthrough
The Deloitte Access Economics quarterly business outlook report, has found that small business and consumer confidence is strong in South Australia, while investment in the renewable energy sector is also on the rise. According to the report, small business confidence in SA is at its best since 2013 and the new business survival rate is higher than in … Continue reading Key report shows SA business and consumer confidence strong
Eleven Queensland small businesses will get grant funding under the latest round of the Accelerate Small Business Grants Program. Minister for Employment and Small Business Shannon Fentiman at the Sofi Spritz head office in Brisbane today announced these small businesses will receive assistance to engage with experts to help their business grow and create jobs. “Small … Continue reading More support for QLD SMEs
Swinburne researchers have secured $3.45 million in funding to continue work on a project investigating energy storage alternatives using graphene oxide – the lightest, strongest and most electrically conductive material to be discovered and reportedly, according to the researchers, has the potential to revolutionise manufacturing across all industries. Researchers at the university will receive the … Continue reading Swinburne researchers receive $3.45m gov grant for energy research
The Victorian state government is helping local companies impacted by the closure of automotive manufacturing transform the way they do business and open up new opportunities. Minister for Industry and Employment Ben Carroll visited Holden Special Vehicles in Clayton to announce $662,000 worth of assistance to 16 businesses under the Automotive Supply Chain Transition Program. Carroll … Continue reading Vic gov support for auto manufacturing
Last week, the Ministry of Industry, Innovation and Science announced that 18 Australian researchers and 11 small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs) will share in $1.4 million in government grants to meet and collaborate with global partners to progress their ideas. Minister Arthur Sinodinos said that the grants, under the Global Connections Fund, will provide seed funding to help viable … Continue reading $1.4 million in grants to help Australian researchers and SMEs go global
AUSINDUSTRY is offering free workshops to help manufacturers within the textile, clothing and footwear industry apply for Australian Government grants.
Two South Australian auto parts makers, Precise Global and Quality Plastics and Tooling, have received $1.18 million to help them diversify what they make and upgrade their facilities.
The Victorian coalition government is urging the federal government to back its commitment of $4 million for a new program to support investment in the Geelong region.
Melbourne-based Metallic Waste Solutions has been awarded close to $2 million in Federal Government funding to build a commercial scale pilot plant to recover zinc by-products at its Adelaide steel recycling plant.
Australian-owned brake parts manufacturer Bendix is building a $3.5 million moulding press in Ballarat to cater for growing export demand.