The purpose of this programme is to help break the divide between the business and research sectors, improve the acquisition of knowledge, expertise, new ideas, and technology. » read more
The $200 million Clean Technology Innovation Program is a competitive, merit-based grants program that will support applied research and development, proof of concept and early stage commercialisation activities. » read more
Special Disaster Assistance is available from QRAA to assist small businesses to pay for costs arising out of direct damage caused by Tropical Cyclone Oswald and associated rainfall flooding 21-29 January 2013. » read more
The R&D Tax Incentive and Our Customers - Supporting Business, Supporting Innovation: Australian business case studies: Buderim Ginger, PWR Performance Products and GrassAds. » read more
See how Australian companies Ecoline, Capilano Honey and Serana have utilised research and development to take their business to the next level. » read more
Nominations are being called from Queensland small business for the 2013 Premier's Sustainability Awards. The Award recognises achievement and leadership sustainable practices that reduce environmental impact and strengthen commercial viability. » read more
The Queensland-Wide Innovation Network (Q-WIN) provides Queensland Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs) with the opportunity to connect with other like minded businesses and with Government and Private Sector support providers to assist with their business growth.
Q-WIN assists businesses to get ahead of their competition through innovation, delivered through a collaborative network of service providers, Innovation Coaches and the Innovation Toolbox.
The seminar showcased the tools, technologies, science and funding available in Queensland to help local manufacturers innovate.
Southern Queensland Innovation Coach
South East Queensland Innovation Coach
Northern Queensland Innovation Coach