Another thirteen Australian companies have been offered assistance to propel their innovative ideas from the drawing board into the marketplace under the Australian Government’s Entrepreneurs’ Programme.
Industry and Science Minister Ian Macfarlane announced $5.1 million in funding under the Entrepreneurs’ Programme’s Accelerating Commercialisation element that will help businesses take their products into Australian and international markets.
The projects supported include:
- Commercialisation of a solution to improve internet security and make authentication easier;
- Development of a biometric IT and security system to improve security, regulatory compliance and streamline business processes for child care centres;
- Commercialisation of a wearable thermometer that can be monitored in real time via smartphone; and
- Commercialisation of a new breed of cloned hybrid ornamental eucalypts.
More information on the recipients can be found at www.business.gov.au/ac-grant-recipients.
For more information about the Entrepreneurs’ Programme , other Australian Government programmes and business assistance please contact Rowena Ryan, AusIndustry Regional Manager, Southern Queensland and Northern Coastal New South Wales on 07 5503 1476 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or Tim Williamson, Assistant Regional Manager on 07 5503 1601 or email email@example.com