Up to $50,000 is available for fashion companies to undertake new projects such as purchasing an Enterprise Management System, ecommerce system or new equipment.
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The TCF Small Business Program aims to transform the business enterprise culture of established TCF small businesses and boost their capacity to be innovative. A maximum of $50,000 is available for a particular project.
The program is now closed. Bulletpoint recommends TCF companies to consider other government incentives such as:
Our Success Stories
We have worked with a number of high profile fashion houses. Some of the clients we have assisted with the TCF Small Business Program are shown below.
The TCF Small Business Program is open to any eligible established TCF small business or to a consortium that includes an eligible TCF small business.
To be eligible for a grant under the TCF Small Business Program, you must:
- Have fewer than 20 employees.
- Have not received funding from the TCF SIP or BIC Schemes
- Have had a turnover of not less than $100,000 in the previous year, and must be solvent and not under any administrative arrangements.
The TCF Small Business Program has traditionally funded projects such as:
- Enterprise Management Systems
- Marketing Planning
- Strategic Planning
- CAD systems
- New equipment
- Ecommerce systems
A maximum of $50,000 is available for a particular project through the TCF Small Business Program. The maximum applies to any project, regardless of its size or the cash contribution made by the applicant. The applicant must make a cash contribution to the project of no less than 25% of eligible project expenditure.
The program is now closed.
Writing a good quality grant application is a critical element in the application process. An application needs to be well thought through, written concisely, have clear objectives and purpose, and show clear links to the objectives of the grant guidelines.
The grant application must answer all questions, provide all required information and respond to the merit criteria. It should also reflect your organisation’s business strategy.
Writing a good application takes time and effort, and requires particular writing skills.
Bulletpoint are expert grant consultants and can assist with all aspects of grant preparation.
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Round 9 Recipients
59 companies share in $2.2M to undertake new projects such as purchasing an Enterprise Management System, ecommerce system or new equipment.
|Grenenger, James Joseph||Management systems and process change for diverse growth markets||$50,000|
|Lo Sordo, Michael||New business development and management strategy with upgraded systems and e-commerce website||$50,000|
|R I Taleb||Manufacturing capability upgrade and new business management system||$50,000|
|Merino Country||Streamlined manufacturing processes and new production technology for product diversification||$50,000|
|Norfolk Blinds||Manufacturing process upgrade with new equipment for increased efficiency||$50,000|
|JFSM Textiles||Operations review and new systems for resource planning and customer relationship management||$50,000|
|Swish Clothing||New business management system||$50,000|
|Assin||New business management system for streamlined processes||$50,000|
|Melbourne Made||Manufacturing capability upgrade and new online platform for customers and suppliers||$49,950|
|Ensign International||New e-commerce and business management systems||$49,773|
|Frankie And Swiss||New digital business system integrated with an e-commerce platform||$49,500|
|Material By Product||Streamlined production process for marketing to create strong online presence||$49,500|
|BJPS||New business management system||$48,500|
|Thirsty Fish||New digital business systems to improve operational performance||$48,500|