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Advanced Manufacturing Innovation and Growth Voucher System (AMIG)

Overview

This program aims to support advanced manufacturing enterprises to undertake innovation and growth initiatives. It is designed to encourage Tasmanian advanced manufacturing enterprises to choose a pathway to undertake innovation and growth initiatives thereby improving their competitiveness.

The program provides up to 50% contribution to Tasmanian manufacturers who wish to undertake innovation and growth initiatives, subject to the applicant contributing at least half of the project costs in cash (i.e. not in kind).

Grants between $5,000 ($10,000 project value) and $15,000 ($30,000 project value or more) are available.

A total funding pool of $550,000 is available, allocated as follows:
- 2016-17: $150,000
- 2017-18: $150,000
- 2018-19: $150,000
- 2019-20: $100,000

Applications must be submitted and assessed before the activity takes place. Applicants are encouraged to discuss their application with the Department of State Growth prior to submitting their application.

Who Can Apply?

Eligible applicants must:
- Have an Australian Business Number and be registered for GST.
- Have annual sales turnover greater than $300,000 and less than $20 million.
- Not be a consultant or intermediary.
- Not be subject to any legal disability, including bankruptcy or liquidation.
- Demonstrate that they operate an advanced manufacturing enterprise, as defined by this program, to the satisfaction of the department.

Eligible Activities

Eligible expense items per activity include, but are not limited to:
- Quality assurance systems (e.g. ISO 9000, 1401, 1345, HACCP, AusDefCon)
- Designers in industry: Industrial product design, design for manufacturing
- Disruptive technologies: Specialised expertise to assist the implementation and adoption of disruptive technologies
- Engineering and applied research: To identify embedded innovation, redesign, new product development etc.

Activities will only be supported if it can be clearly demonstrated that the activity is directly linked to a specific growth opportunity. Eligible expenditure cannot be retrospective.

Please refer to the Guidelines for the complete list of eligible items/activities.

Main Assessment Criteria

The main assessment criteria include:
- The specific growth opportunity needs to be clearly identified and substantiated.
- The nature and the quality of the initiative to assist the specific growth opportunity.
- The applicant’s previous experience.
- Applications for collaborative activities are encouraged.
- Demonstration that the enterprise meets the definition of an advanced manufacturing enterprise.

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  • Research & Development
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Documentation Uploaded

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Category
Business
Dates
Status Open
Closing Information
This program is open on an ongoing basis. Applications must be lodged a minimum of one calendar month prior to the commencement of the planned activity.

Value
Funding Type Grant
Min.Funding $5,000
Max.Funding $15,000
Total Funding Pool $550,000
Co-contribution Yes 1:1
Competitive Yes
Eligible Activities
Activities
Manufacturing
Innovation and R&D
Who Can Apply?
Location
Tasmania
Industries
General - Non-Industry Specific
Maximum Turnover
Company $20M
Difficulty Rating
Administrator
Tier State
Department
Department of State Growth
Contacts
Program Administrator
Department of State Growth
Telephone
1800440026
Email
info@stategrowth.tas.gov.au
General WebsiteVisit
Program Website Visit