Queensland Government is extending the Small Business COVID-19 Adaption Grant Program. Applications are no longer being accepted for south east Queensland businesses. Applications remain open for regional Queensland businesses.
Funding is available to help businesses in their disaster recovery efforts.
79 recipients will each receive a grant of up to $10,000 to support projects that help improve connection and mental wellbeing in communities.
Funding is available to help businesses that are commercialising new research or innovative ideas, products or services.
Funding is available to help apple growers impacted by the 2019 bushfires to re-establish or repair damaged apple orchards.
A program to promote and deliver world-leading technologies, processes and practices to regional manufacturing SMEs and attract increased private sector investment and jobs to the regions.
Funding is available to commercialise early stage innovations from CSIRO, universities and other publicly-funded research bodies.
Australian Gas Networks received $1.28M funding to establish a new centre that will investigate the feasibility of blending hydrogen into the Victorian and South Australian gas networks.
Funding is available to encourage community-led initiatives to improve liveability, health and education in communities throughout regional and remote Queensland.
Funding is available to support Queensland based small to medium businesses that have high-growth potential to undertake commercialisation projects. Round 7 now open and closes 16 July 2020.