Siemens has announced an industrial software grant of $447 million to the University of Western Australia (UWA). The $447 million grant will give UWA students and academics access to global, cutting edge technology, allowing them to develop the skills needed for the highly digitalised world of the future. The announcement follows the earlier announcement of
dorsaVi, a biotechnology company focused on developing innovative motion analysis device technologies, has received a Federal Government Advanced Manufacturing Growth Fund of more than $1,1 million to enhance the capability of its manufacturing facilities.
Sunshine Coast pet treats manufacturer Huds and Toke has expanded its business overseas thanks to an Advance Queensland Ignite Ideas grant of close to $90,000. The company, which started off as a family business in 2013, launched its rapidly expanding pet
Gippsland Solar and seven other local Gippsland companies have received grants from the Victorian Government’s $10 million Latrobe Valley Economic Facilitation Fund (LVEFF) to grow their businesses. Gippsland Solar is the largest supplier and installer of
Boosting manufacturing, creating highly skilled jobs and helping business grow is the new strategy announced by the Andrews Labor Government today. Minister for Industry and Employment Wade Noonan joined manufacturers in Dandenong to unveil Advancing
CSF Industries has been awarded a $713,000 grant from the Palaszczuk Government’s Made in Queensland program to achieve ‘a new level of precision and efficiency’. In making the announcement, Treasurer and Member for Mulgrave Curtis Pitt said that
Kitchen benches and doors manufacturer CV Benchtops & Hardware has received funding support from the Victorian Government’s Future Industries Manufacturing Program (FIMP) to invest in cutting-edge equipment and create new local jobs. The company, which