Building Partnerships Grants

Up to $100,000 is available from Building Partnerships Grants to help revenue generating startups become the high-growth, job-creating businesses of tomorrow.

The grants are designed to:

  • complete pilot projects with key customers, providing evidence to accelerate market adoption of the company’s products or services
  • fund new marketing partnerships here in Australia or overseas to develop innovative, new-to-market solutions.

The goals of the program are to enable a startup or an existing SME with a growth plan to:

  • expand or pivot an innovative product or solution
  • acquire a major customer
  • deliver at scale
  • or build access to a new market.

Eligible businesses can receive up to 35% of approved project costs up to a maximum of $100,000. Applications are on an ongoing basis.

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