Gives Queensland primary producers and commercial fishers with loans of up to $2 million to begin or set up a practical commercial endeavor.
Investment of up to $2.5m is available to commercialising cutting edge research or innovative ideas, products or services in Queensland.
Gives businesses taking an interest in shared, extensive scale, co-financed technology ventures with funding of somewhere in the range of $250,000 and $5 million to quicken the development of new products and/or administrations dependent on a stage technology.
Furnishes Queensland primary producers with a refund of up to $2,500 to conceal to half of the expenses to look for expert counsel in regards to progression arranging.
Furnishes Queensland small businesses with coordinated funding of up to $5,000 to get to proficient guidance and support.
SMEs that can demonstrate high-growth and employment opportunities can claim up to $500,000 to purchase specialised equipment or services to secure a growth opportunity.
Gives Queensland primary producers and commercial fishers with loans of up to $1.3 million to end up more profitable and manageable.
Furnishes local Queensland businesses with up to $20,000 when they utilize qualified jobless jobseekers.
Gives businesses in regions of South East Queensland encountering huge work showcase challenges with installments of up to $20,000 when they utilize long haul jobless and youthful jobseekers.
Furnishes Queensland drought influenced cultivating businesses with endowments and refunds of somewhere in the range of $20,000 and $40,000 per property to oversee transportation and working expenses.
Gives Queensland small businesses and primary producers with low-interest loans of up to $250,000 to help with disaster recuperation.
Matching grants from $50,000 to $2.5 million are available to Queensland based SMEs to reimburse a business up to 50% of the cost of implementing recommendations in the Benchmarking Report (or equivalent) and associated Action Plan.
This program aims to support programs that drive innovation, build on the natural advantages, and help raise Queensland's profile as an attractive investment destination.
This program aims to increase community participation in citizen science projects and for scientists and citizen scientists to work in partnership to increase scientific knowledge.
This fund aims to invest in high-growth, scalable businesses that are tackling global markets in the creative industries. It is created to address the lack of risk capital available to the creative businesses in Australia.
This program aims to diversify the State’s events portfolio and provide new opportunities to attract visitors and further drive the economy in Outback Queensland.
This program aims to provide targeted assistance for small and medium businesses that demonstrate high-growth and employment aspirations to enable them to purchase specialised equipment or services to help them seize a growth opportunity.
This program aims to support game developers to create and market high quality games capable of engaging a local and international player base, winning critical acclaim and achieving commercial success.
Collider Accelerator is an intensive three month program tailored to the verticals of creative tech, followed by an optional two months of support for execution and growth.
This program aims to provide for eligible organisations or groups to conduct projects, activities and events that will result in a demonstrated economic benefit to the Etheridge Shire region.