15 businesses benefiting from the Entrepreneurs’ Programme
Commercialisation grants offered to help Aussie businesses…
The Entrepreneurs’ Programme have offered commercialisation grants to 15 Australian businesses.
What are the grants for?
Commercialisation grants support projects that help address challenges across key industries, including:
- medical technologies and pharmaceuticals
- advanced manufacturing
- food and agribusiness
- oil, gas and energy resources
- mining equipment, technology and services.
The funding will help each of the 15 businesses push their innovative new products, processes and services out into the marketplace by helping them undertake development and commercialisation activities like product trials, licensing and manufacturing.
The grants are matched dollar-for-dollar by the businesses. So far, 200 businesses have benefited from over $105 million in funding, as well as support from experienced advisers, to get their ideas off the ground.
What projects have been offered support?
Some of the projects offered support in this round of commercialisation grants include:
- innovative visual field analysis, to better diagnose and manage neurological diseases, including diagnosing concussion on the sports field
- automation of plant tissue culture production in the nursery, helping industry to improve productivity, reduce planting costs, decrease growing times and produce higher plant quality
- ground penetrating radar technology and software for faster, clearer and deeper group location, mapping and imaging of underground utility pipes and cables
- pre-fabricated and portable solar arrays for cheaper and faster building of commercial solar systems.
Find out more:
- Check out past commercialisation grant funding offers and their projects.
- Head to the Accelerating Commercialisation page to find out more about commercialisation grants.
- Find out what else is offered for businesses through the Entrepreneurs’ Programme.
- Search our Grants & Assistance to help find a grant suitable for your business.
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