By Ben Cusack

A guide to the Accelerating Commercialisation grant

Did you know that a grant exists that will help you project reach commercialisation faster?

Learn how to improve the chances of receiving the Accelerating Commercialisation grant.

Find out the Top 5 Tips to get the Accelerating Commercialisation grant

Up to $1M is available from the
Accelerating Commercialisation grant
to commercialise novel products,
processes, and services

What is the Accelerating Commercialistion grant?

The Accelerating Commercialisation grant helps innovative products, processes and services reach the commercialisation stage faster.

How can the grant help you?

Accelerating Commercialisation boosts novel developments to reach competitive levels by taking it to market level quicker. It works by providing businesses with access to expert guidance, grants and portfolio services that boost development and exposure.

Is it worth your time?

The grant is competitive, but if your project is approaching commercialisation, it may be worth your time. Download our free Top Five Tips to Win an Accelerated Commercialisation grant eBook.
A guide to the top tips on how to win the Comemrcialisation grant. This book will break down what you need to do to make sure your claim appeals to the right criteria.

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.

I love government grants! No one knows more about them than me.

Despite the Government’s efforts to cut red tape, grants still take a long time to write and prepare.
They can also be pretty complex.

There is also a big difference between submitting ‘an application’ and submitting a ‘winning application’. I am to simplify the grant application process so that you can concentrate on running your business.

Why does the government commercialisation?

The objectives of the the commercialisation program are to:

  • Boost Competitiveness and improve productivity across the Australian economy
  • Provide businesses with more predictable, less complex support
  • Improve the ability for smaller firms to engage in research and development incentive.

Ben Cusack

Founder of Bulletpoint

I started Bulletpoint because I enjoy working with start ups and watching them grow.

I love seeing all the new technology and innovations that people are bringing to market.

My skill is translating what you do into something that the Government wants to invest in.

Some of my best start up clients don’t need me anymore.

They have leveraged grants to grow in the early stages and are now making serious money.

How good would that be!

How do I help businesses?

I tell you plain and simply what grants are available to you at no cost. Most of the time I tell potential clients not to bother applying for grants. But some clients, I wait for the right moment!

No Bullshitting!

If I recommend a grant to you, I also tell you all the reasons why you would and wouldn’t get it. So you can make an informed decision.

Need help getting it?

If you need help with the writing of the grant then I can make the process much easier and increase your chances of getting funded.

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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