Did you know the government will pay for 50% of your marketing costs?

But there is a catch.

It is only if you are marketing your product overseas.

Do you have a product that can be easily distributed overseas like software or information technology?

If so, why limit yourself to Australia?

The Australian population only represents less than 0.5% of the world’s population

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Up to 50% of anything that helps boost your overseas market is claimable.
You just need to have paid the money to market overseas with an existing product.

Last year the government handed out $131.45M worth of grants to companies promoting exports overseas.

A guide on how to get the Government to pay for half your marketing costs

I have helped clients secure over $80M in grants

Here are some recent successes

Soft Iron
Bulletoint helped SoftIron secure a grant of $1.5M to open its first manufacturing facility in Australia. The facility will build “clean” computer servers for the Australian Defence Force to be sure there is no unknown code in their data centres. The project will further bolster Australia’s data infrastructure resilience by locally manufacturing our world-leading data centre solutions.
Harry's Ice Cream Co
Bulletpoint helped Harry & Larry’s secure a grant of $1.2M. Based in Brunswick, Harry & Larry’s manufacture a range of specialty ice creams. The grant will see 30 new jobs created and investment in a factory expansion with custom engineered production lines, including the latest freezing technology, to make a range of gourmet ice creams and desserts in complex shapes and layers.
Ovira
Bulletpoint helped Ovira to secure a grant of $400,000 to launch their new medtech device in the USA. Ovira was founded by Alice Williams, a 27-year old endometriosis sufferer who was inspired to create the new device after years of searching for a pain-management options. When she couldn’t find a solution that was drug-free or didn’t involve invasive procedures, she developed her own product
Bulletpoint helped Green Bear secure a grant of $500,000. Based in Tottenham, Victoria, Greenbear is a processor of waste and recycled materials. They received funding to build a fully-automated waste sorting line for residential Construction and Demolition (C&D) waste more feasibly and efficiently than current disposal methods.
Bulletpoint helped Cottage Cheese Farm secure a grant of $765,000. Based in Glenroy, Victoria, Cottage Cheese Farm is a specialty cheese manufacturer making mainly Haloumi, Ricotta and Mozzarella cheeses. They received funding to assist with construction of a $6M purpose built cheese and yoghurt manufacturing facility. The project will allow them to expand current operations and introduction of new product lines.
Bulletpoint helped the Greater Shepparton City Council secure a grant of $7.2 M. The project will include construction of five new football fields, a new synthetic hockey pitch and athletics track, and eight new netball courts, together with upgrades to existing multipurpose fields. New lighting, pavilions and improved spectator amenities feature in most elements of the project.

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About Me

I started Bulletpoint as I love working with small businesses and helping them grow. I noticed how Government Grants can transform good businesses into great businesses.

Ben Cusack - Founder

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