Grant applications can be complex affairs requiring special knowledge and abilities. If done right, they can open doors of funding opportunities that propel businesses forward.
Small businesses are inherently strategic, and part of the strategy, especially in today’s interconnected world, is to make good technology decisions. Thanks to technology, there’s now a level playing field between small and large companies, allowing for an easier way to obtain a global reach for customers, employees, and new hires.
The Export Market Development Grant (EMDG) is a welcome boost for businesses that are planning to develop exports. The scheme gives cash rebates to individuals, firms, joint ventures, or partnerships with a gross turnover of under $50 million. For individuals and companies to qualify for grant payments of up to $150,000 and $250,000, respectively, they…Read More
The Australian government supports businesses of all sizes through its many assistance programs. Among them is the Research and Development (R&D) tax incentive, implemented since the 1980s. R&D is crucial in the country’s innovation. This tax incentive is one of the major drivers, encouraging firms to undertake research and development projects for which they may…Read More
The Export Market Development Grants (EMDG) scheme is an incentive program of the Australian government created to provide funding to businesses exporting goods and services overseas. The Federal Government announced on 10 September last year that the scheme was set to undergo certain amendments to alter how this incentive program was administered.