Government Grants Briefing series

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Imagine if there was funding or assistance that could help your business grow. There might be, but you just don’t know about it.

There are lots of government grants and support out there to help businesses like yours achieve its goals. But finding out what they are and whether you’re eligible to receive one takes a lot of legwork, and that’s before you even start your application.

A grant can be a game changer for your business and we are making it easier for you to find out where support is available.

Our Government Grants Briefings will introduce you to the financial assistance and hands-on support offered by all three tiers of government. Victorian Chamber and government representatives will be on hand to provide advice that will give your grant application the best chance of success.

Attend one of our new Government Grant Briefings to hear about what’s available and how you can apply.

Duration

90 minutes

Learning outcomes

This briefing will increase your knowledge of:

  • What federal, state and local government grants and support are available
  • The difference between contestable and eligibility grants
  • The eligibility criteria and how to apply
  • What free support is available to help you apply

Participants

This briefing is suited to small and medium businesses seeking support to remain sustainable or grow their business.

The categories of businesses who often get grants or support include:

  • Manufacturers
  • Agriculture (food and agribusiness)
  • Exporters
  • Those undertaking research
  • Wanting to upgrade infrastructure or capital equipment
  • Need support to improve their business model (e.g. develop a succession plan or create a digital presence).

Register here for the following briefings:

 

        

 

 

                           

 

Ticketing Options

Sessions will be held in a variety of regional locations during March. Find one near you. 

Event Location

VIC
Australia

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Contact the Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry