Ten ‘innovative’ manufacturers are sharing in more than $5.7 million in funding from the Federal Government to help commercialise their great ideas, to scale up their operations and bring their products to market.
The auDA Foundation, supported by .au domain authority auDA, is offering five $40,000 competitive grants for new education or research projects that enhance the utility of the Internet in the areas of digital inclusion (with an emphasis on First Nations peoples), cyber security for small business, and Internet access for young Australians.
Amazon Australia has announced the winners of its Amazon Launchpad Innovation Grantsinitiative, awarding five grants worth more than $200,000 each to trailblazing entrepreneurs and startups across Australia.
The Federal Government has announced grants to four major telcos for temporary, portable communications facilities that can be deployed to overcome network outages during bushfires and natural disasters.
French cloud provider OVHcloud is offering Australian start-ups grants of up to €10,000 (A$16,488) to be used on OVHcloud products, with the amount going up to €100,000 for scale-ups.
Global imaging supplier, Canon, has announced $30,000 worth of grants to five projects all making their community a better place.
La Trobe University researchers are embarking on ways to improve community health and wellbeing as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, using targeted grants from La Trobe, Medibank and Optus.
Forty-one small and regional Australian publishers will share in $5 million in grants made available in the 2020 round of the Australian Communications and Media Authority’s Regional and Small Publishers Innovation Fund.
Global imaging solutions provider, Canon, has extended its Canon Oceania 2020 Grants Program and includes a Small Business category for the first time, aimed at helping grassroots communities build themselves back up. Grant winners receive a total of $5,000 in cash and Canon products.
Victoria University has launched an emergency support fund to help students with vital financial assistance during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Labor Party is pressuring the Federal Government to explain why it is reportedly introducing a $7 per month broadband tax on 1 July, while cutting regional NBN investment at the same time.
Optus has opened applications for its Green Shoots grants program as part of its efforts to help restore connectivity for small businesses affected by recent bushfires across Australia.
The Graham (Polly) Farmer Foundation for the AFL player legend will benefit from a funding grant by Motorola which has announced it will give more than US$10 million in grant funding this year to charitable organisations around the world through its Motorola Solutions Foundation.
An “innovative” cyber security solution developed by Curtin University researchers is a step closer to hitting the market after securing a Federal Government Accelerating Commercialisation Grant of $170,000.
A nasal spray for the treatment of dementia is among eight new projects to receive a total of $3.1 million in funding from the Australian Government as part of its program to drive innovation in the country’s businesses.
Agronomic analytics company FluroSat has raised $4.6 million in a new funding round, with the funds to be used to further improve agricultural yields in Australia as well as making FluroSat available to agronomists globally.
Submissions for the Canon Oceania Grants are "now open, with up to $31,000 in cash and products for Environment, Education and Community initiatives".
The Federal Government has opened submissions for funding of round 2 of the Smart Cities and Suburbs Program, offering grants between $250,000 and $5 million for collaborative projects which apply innovative technology solutions to urban challenges, delivering economic, social and environmental benefits.
Projects with the potential to deliver safer patient care before and after surgery, and to reduce the fuel consumption and CO2 emissions of commercial aircraft, are among a raft of projects to receive grants under the Accelerating Commercialisation element of the Australian Government’s Entrepreneurs’ Programme.
The federal government has opened applications for individual grants of up to $7000 aimed at helping researchers and business to expand their work overseas and to increase collaboration in science, technology and innovation.
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