Funding. All you need to know.
- Arts Tasmania
- Business funding programs
- Employment incentives
- Events Tasmania
- External funding
- Major Development Infrastructure Assistance Fund
- Marketing assitance scheme
- Successful TGIIF projects from Round One
- Successful TGIIF projects from Round Two
- Anchor Organics - Pyengana
- BridgePro Engineering - Latrobe
- Holm Oak Vineyards - Rowella
- Mitchell Plastic Welding - Port Huon
- Offshore Unlimited - Hobart
- Shellfish Culture - Clifton Beach
- Southern Marine Shiplift Pty Ltd - Launceston
- Specialised Vehicle Solutions - Round Hill
- Tasmanian Quality Meats - Cressy
- Turners Beach Berry Patch - Turners Beach
- Screen Tasmania
- Sport and Recreation Tasmania
- Tasmanian Forests Intergovernmental Agreement
- Tourism Tasmania
- Funding resources
Tasmanian Government Innovation and Investment Fund
Applications are open once again for the Tasmanian Government Innovation and Investment Fund (TGIIF).
The objective of TGIIF is to assist Tasmanian businesses (or groups of eligible businesses) to invest in innovative projects that will significantly improve their sustainability, performance, growth and productivity. The intention is to generate new investment and create sustainable high quality, skilled jobs that help diversify and strengthen Tasmania’s regional economy.
TGIIF is aligned with the Tasmanian Government’s Economic Development Plan and responds to the state’s regional employment challenges.
This program provides one-off project grants of up to $250 000 per project to eligible applicants.
Two previous rounds of TGIIF grants have been completed, delivering funding for 35 projects throughout our regions.
In Round One, 10 applicants were successful in receiving grant funding, which totalled $1.8 million, leveraging a further $5.9 million of private investment. These projects are expected to create 122 jobs in their first 12 months and will have a significant effect on retaining existing employment in these businesses. A list of projects funded in Round One is available here.
In Round Two, 25 applicants received a total of $3.5 million, which will leverage a further $15.2 million of private investment. These projects are expected to create 262 jobs in their first 24 months. A list of projects funded in Round Two is available here.
As with Rounds One and Two, applications will be assessed on the basis of competitive merit against the established assessment criteria contained within the TGIIF guidelines. For Round Three, the TGIIF guidelines and application form have been updated so it is important for all applicants to review these new documents carefully.
Applications for round three have closed. Applicants will be advised in mid-December 2013.