Matched funding of $10,000 to $50,000 is available for start-ups and SMEs to work collaboratively with the CSIRO on projects of up to 1 year.
Furnishes new and existing business incubators with grants of up to $500,000 to help Australian start-ups build up the capacities required to prevail in universal markets.
Provides up to 50% of approved project costs to a maximum of $25,000 to assist technology SMEs to engage with a potential business customer to demonstrate an idea, prove a concept, develop a prototype or customise a B2B solution that addresses a high growth opportunity or challenge for a key sector.
Grants of 35% of project costs up to $100,000 to complete technology focused pilot project with key customers to accelerate market adoption.
Up to $15,000 is awarded on a competitive basis to NSW companies to further their R&D projects in conjunction with tertiary institutions or research agencies.
Furnishes business incubators with grants of up to $100,000 to get to top quality research, administrative and specialized ability through approaching and active secondments of national or global specialists. This aptitude expects to build the capacities of incubators and enhance the possibility of commercial accomplishment for start-ups in global markets.
Provides short term (90 day) access to some of the world’s most renown innovation and start-up ecosystems including Berlin, San Francisco, Shanghai, Singapore and Tel Aviv.
Furnishes Australian businesses and research associations with coordinated funding of up to $1 million for Tasks to enable them to enter export markets, secure household contracts and upskill their staff so they can win work with the Joint Strike Warrior (JSF) Program.
Furnishes indigenous individuals in the NT with funding of up to $30,000 to begin or grow an business.
Gives Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and businesses with access to fund products, counsel, training and workshops to begin or grow an small to medium business.
Gives funding to those running or beginning an business in the Northern Domain to get to master guidance and support.
Furnishes low pay workers in Tasmania with intrigue free loans of up to $3,000 to help their new or developing business.
Accelerating Commercialisation offers grants of up to 50% of eligible project expenditure to assist in the commercialisation of novel products, processes and services for a maximum project period of two years. The maximum grant amount is $1 million.
Gives businesses associated with the Australian car industry with money installments to conceal to 15% of the expense of putting resources into plant and equipment, and half of the expense of putting resources into research and development, to support speculation and advancement in the Australian car industry. Money installments are additionally accessible for exercises identified with the creation of engine vehicles, motors and motor segments.
Gives an enrolled Australian Investment Reserve of Assets (AFOF) with a course through tax impetus for interest in enlisted Beginning time Funding Constrained Organizations (ESVCLPs) and Funding Restricted Associations (VCLPs), and in their qualified direct speculations.
Gives smaller technology businesses situated in Canberra with coordinated funding of somewhere in the range of $10,000 and $30,000 to enable them to create inventive products and administrations.
The R&D Tax Incentive Scheme provides a 43.5% refundable tax credit to companies with an aggregated turnover of less than $20 million and a 38.5% non-refundable offset to all others.
Gives outside financial specialists a course through tax motivation (exception from capital increases tax for additions made on qualified speculations) to animate their interest in Australia's funding part.
Gives small to medium endeavors in the safeguard part with warning and assistance benefits in territories, for example, business administration, abilities development, advancement joint effort, export exercises and inventory network assistance to enhance their business capacities, broaden systems and help them exploit development openings inside the barrier division.
Provides Victorian businesses and organisations with funding to create and retain regional jobs.