Gives SA music businesses funding of up to $1,000 for irregular costs that emerge at short notice. Qualified costs may incorporate travel, meetings and lawful charges for short-see openings.
Gives South Australian small to medium estimated export businesses with coordinated funding of up to $15,000 to enable them to enter another worldwide export showcase.
Gives South Australian small to medium estimated businesses with coordinated funding of up to $30,000 to enable them to get to new worldwide markets through marketing and export development openings.
Furnishes South Australian first time exporters with coordinated funding of up to $5,000 to assist them with the expenses of their first business association, public expo or business mission.
Gives proficient SA artists and music industry specialists with funding of up to $5,000 to run extends that offer proficient development administrations.
This program aims to deliver and develop innovative and sustainable solutions, and/or rapidly develop and test potential product ideas or enhancements, to deliver benefit and impact for industry partners, and for South Australia.
This program aims to provide an ideal mechanism for industry engagement and delivering outcomes of value for UniSA partners.
This program aims to provide an alternative funding mechanism to support projects with large capital requirements which can have an immediate effect to increase local remanufacturing/reprocessing of targeted waste streams and job creation opportunities through its construction and ongoing operation.
This program aims to offer support in investing in long-term growth and sustainability of regional South Australia and increased contribution to the state’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) through diversity and innovation in value added product and market opportunities.
This program aims to contribute to economic growth by supporting collaboration between enterprise, researchers and universities and the commercialisation of new products and services, building research and research infrastructure capability in South Australia through increased investment and encourage the establishment and growth of startups.
This program aims to grow Australia’s forest and forest products industry by exploring and facilitating innovation in the plantation forest products sector in areas such as forest management, timber processing, wood fibre recovery, value adding, advanced manufacturing and the bio-economy.
This program aims to provide timely support for South Australian recycling businesses to further their market development efforts within the current challenging environment.
This program aims to provide funding for planning and research initiatives that contribute to the delivery of facilities, programs and services that grow participation in active recreation and sport.
This program seeks to assist South Australian organisations to learn, build capacity, network and collaborate to overcome challenges and accomplish sustainability objectives that they may otherwise not be able to address in isolation, and taking a leap towards a circular-based economy.
This program seeks to improve the visual appearance of historic building facades by reimbursing property owners with a proportion of costs involved in undertaking facade restoration of historic character buildings.
This program aims to help South Australian SMEs access international markets and create domestic jobs.
This program aims to provide funding to enable business associations and small groups of businesses to deliver programs and activities that contribute to the promotion, activation and development of main streets and retail services centres whether on a neighbourhood level like at Queen Street Croydon or a larger scale like Henley Square, Hindmarsh and Woodville Road.
This program aims to provide financial support to organisations to coordinate events that provide direct benefit to the City of Charles Sturt.
Green Industries SA – Business Sustainability Funding: Resource Efficiency and Productivity (REAP) Grants
This program seeks to assist South Australian businesses make improvements in resource (materials, energy, water) and process efficiency, and waste management, as a way to reduce production and operating costs for business and support the transition to a circular economy.
This program aims to help conserve and activate heritage places and areas, and to support heritage trades.