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.
This program provides a business review at no charge to assist SMEs growth and competitiveness. Turnover must be between $500,000 and $1.5m.
Furnishes enter people in ACT businesses with unbound loans of up to $10,000 at a level rate of 3% to get the in-house abilities and capacities required to become the business.
Gives specialists in the Demonstration building and development industry with access to different dimensions of funding to help create abilities, enhance culture, get to training and bolster new laborers entering the industry.
Furnishes ACT provincial landholders with a vehicle sponsorship of up to $20,000 for the vehicle of fodder, water and/or stock.
This program aims to improve women’s participation in male dominated trades in the ACT.
This program aims to provide to support individuals, organisations and education institutions to hold meaningful initiatives in the lead-up to, during, or in support of the Reconciliation Day Public Holiday event.
This program aims to assist the local screen industry being nationally and internationally competitive as well as attracting incoming productions that will lift Canberra's profile around the world.
This program seeks to assist the commercialisation of new technologies and innovations from The Australian National University (ANU) and University of Canberra (UC) and Charles Sturt University (CSU).
This program, supported by Canberra Business Chamber, aims to connect businesses from Canberra and the surrounding region to UC.
This program aims to help Canberra-based businesses develop innovative products and services.
This program aims to provide a limited number of low interest and fee-free loans from Westpac for eligible low-income earners who wish to start or expand an existing business.
This program is designed to contribute to the costs of skills and knowledge transfer to high-growth potential businesses in the ACT in order to help them obtain or refine key skills and capabilities, grow the company, and achieve their business goals.
This program aims to provide rebates that help commercial businesses lower running costs by lowering water and energy which in turn helps the ACT lower greenhouse gas emissions.
Capital Angels is a corporation that provides a forum for qualified high-net worth individuals to proactively support Capital Region entrepreneurs through both investment and direct activities supporting the companies.
This program aims to help project and procurement managers find the best local supplies.
This program aims to invest in early stage development or ''proof-of-principle projects'' within research institutes, and commercialisation opportunities emanating from Australian medical research institutes and allied research hospitals.
This program is aimed at driving small business growth and competitiveness.
This program aims to develop new innovative suicide prevention and awareness projects which are developed in line with evidence-based strategies and best practice principles.
This program aims to help enable ACT rural landholders to build capacity and improve infrastructure to better manage risks and impacts associated with drought, now and into the future.