Round 3 of the Global Innovation Linkages Program supports research and development projects that help to solve real world challenges and improve lives. Funding has recently been announced and we’re proud to say, our client is one of the successful applicants to have been awarded the grant, securing over $500,000 in Government Funding for their international collaboration to develop complementary preservatives for Australian meat products.
The Global Innovation Linkages Program provides funding to help Australian businesses and researchers collaborate with global partners. The Department of industry, Science Energy and resources Program supports strategically focussed, leading-edge research and development. This Round of the Program was strategically focused on six areas: advanced manufacturing; food and agribusiness, medical technologies and pharmaceuticals, mining technology and equipment; energy resources and; cyber security. To be eligible for the grant, a company must collaborate with an University/ Research Organisation and a International commercial partner. 10 collaborative projects will share in $8.5 million in funding to bring together the best and brightest minds from home and abroad to drive innovation and find solutions to complex problems.
NOAH Connect was able to secure $525,000 in funding for our client to work with a Spanish food additives manufacturer and researchers at the University of Tasmania to develop complementary preservatives for Australian meat products. This is a great win for our client as most other grant recipients were led and awarded to universities/ research institutions.
If you would like to discover more about your eligibility for an upcoming grant opening, feel free to connect with the NOAH Connect team. Applying for a government grant is a complex, time consuming and highly competitive process; we’re experienced in assessing eligibility criteria and will ensure you put forward the strongest application possible.
The successful grant applications for round 2 of the Manufacturing Modernisation Fund have recently been announced and we’re proud to say, our client, Modus, is one of the successful applicants to have been awarded the highest funding under the grant, securing a $1M grant.
$55 million in federal government grants was available under round 2 of the Manufacturing Modernisation Fund (MMF) to support transformation in small and medium manufacturing businesses. 85 businesses shared in the grants this year which will help transform their manufacturing facilities and support job growth, enabling a highly skilled workforce. MMF aims to help Australian manufacturers scale-up, compete internationally and create jobs.
Our Client – M.O Brewing
M.O Brewing was founded by Jaz and Grant Wearin in 2014 with their first Brewery in Mona Vale on Sydney’s Northern Beaches. Only four short months after opening the brewery’s doors, they collected a staggering swag of accolades at the Craft Beer Industry Association’s (CBIA) national awards including trophy for Australia’s Best Amber/Dark Ale; trophy for Best IPA; then Campion Small Brewery; as well as Champion Australian Craft Beer. They are dedicated to brewing the best tasting beer around.
Noah Connect was able to secure $1,000,000 in funding for Modus’ expansion into Merewether, Newcastle with a focus on Brewing NORT, Modus’ new full flavoured non-alcoholic beer
“The NOAH team effortlessly guided us through the grant submission process and took on the brunt of the workload ensuring a competitive grant submission which ultimately resulted in a successful application” Grant Wearin – Founder Modus
If you would like to discover more about your eligibility for an upcoming grant opening, feel free to connect with the Noah Connect team. Applying for a government grant is a complex, time consuming and highly competitive process; we’re experienced in assessing eligibility criteria and will ensure you put forward the strongest application possible.