Grants in Major infrastructure & construction
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NSW Regional Job Creation Fund
$100,000 - $10,000,000
The $100 million Regional Job Creation Fund aims to co-fund projects that will create at least five sustainable jobs in regional New South Wales.
Building Better Regions Fund
The 2020-2021 Federal Budget will allocate $200 million to the next round of the Building Better Regions Fund (BBRF), in order to support regional areas with new infrastructure to help create jobs and drive economic growth. The fund’s upcoming round will reserve $100 million for tourism-related infrastructure and $100 million for broader community infrastructure and investment.
Export Market Development Grant
Up to $150,000 annually
The Export Market Development Grant (EMDG) is open to Australian manufacturers and service providers, which are exporting or planning to export their products and services into international markets.
South Australian Commercialisation, Research and Startup Fund
South Australia has launched a new Research, Commercialisation and Startup Fund, with a focus on early-stage startups and scaling-up established businesses. The $28 million fund will also support collaboration between enterprise, researchers and universities and the commercialisation of new products and services, building research and research infrastructure capability in South Australia.
SA Export Accelerator Program
$5,000 - $30,000
The South Australian Export Accelerator is a grant designed to help South Australian businesses expand into international markets.
Entrepreneurs’ Programme – Accelerating Commercialisation
Up to $1 million
The Accelerating Commercialisation grant provides up to $1 million in funding for businesses that are looking to commercialise a novel product, process or service to market. The grant falls within the Federal Government’s Entrepreneurs’ Programme.
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