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How to export design services

Last night, I was given the pleasure of moderating a panel of design exporters at the launch of The Case for Export, a handbook...

Crisis creates once in a lifetime opportunity

The current global financial crisis has been described as a “once in a lifetime recession”. However savvy business owners, entrepreneurs and investors recognise it as a once in a lifetime opportunity to make money.

Grants: The advantage of another view

The place of interaction between government and industry is often clouded with confusion, perplexity and frustration, where it seems as though no one is...

Applications open for $83m Federal Investment Follow-On Fund

The Federal Government's $83 million Innovation Investment Follow-On Fund (IIFF) opened for applications last Friday.

Federal Government announces $71.3M for 238 research projects

Senator Kim Carr, Federal Minister for Innovation, Industry, Science and Research, today announced that 238 projects will share in funding of over $71.3 million under Round 2 of the Australian Research Council (ARC) Linkage Projects scheme.

Australian exporters can claim IP expenses from 1 July '09

For the first time, Australian exporters will be eligible to claim IP expenses under Austrade's Export Market Development Grant Program (EMDG).

Australian exporters can claim IP expenses from 1 July ’09

For the first time, Australian exporters will be eligible to claim IP expenses under Austrade's Export Market Development Grant Program (EMDG).

Grant funding: the winners and losers from Federal Budget ’09

Today, our Government Grants specialist, Adrian Spencer, considers the post-Budget winners and losers. Looking for a Government Grant? Here's your cheat sheet.

Federal Budget 09 brings hope for emerging companies, but time is still critical

Following on from his first report plotting the impact of the closure of Commercial Ready Grants on Australian innovation, Nick McNaughton provides his assessment of the 2009 Budget and looks specifically at the impact of the announcements relating to the improved R&D Tax Concession and the introduction of the Commonwealth Commercialisation Institute (CCI).

12 months on from Commercial Ready axing, Australian companies are hurting

Nearly 12 months after the Federal Government's surprise decision to axe the popular Commercial Ready Grant Scheme, Nick McNaughton embarked on a mission - to plot the impact of its closure on Australian innovation. In his first report, McNaughton heads to the coal-face, seeking feedback from those most affected by the cut - technology developers and members of the early-stage investment community.

How to secure a government grant (questions answered)

Australian Anthill Magazine Dec 2008/Jan 2009 As part of the Magazine 2.0 Experiment, we asked our readers to pose questions via our blog concerning the government...

Ask our expert about how to secure a government grant

Ever applied for a grant and been knocked back? Perhaps you don't even know where to start? With many private investors now regarding new and...

Are you grant ready? The Money Tree

The Money Tree KA-CHING! What's that sound, you may ask? Well, it's the sound of money starting to flow. The 2008 Federal Budget demonstrated a...

Have we upset you lately?

Why do people keep asking me to be reasonable? It was George Bernard Shaw who gave us the maxim, ‘The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man.’ As you know, we like to question common assumptions at Anthill, fight conventional wisdom, rally together to combat commercial stupidity.

Commercial Ready 'Flash' protest gathers steam

Thanks to everyone who emailed, posted comments on this blog and volunteered to participate in Anthill's imminent 'flash' protest against the federal government's axing...

Commercial Ready ‘Flash’ protest gathers steam

Thanks to everyone who emailed, posted comments on this blog and volunteered to participate in Anthill's imminent 'flash' protest against the federal government's axing...

Commercial Ready scrapped. Time for a ‘flash’ protest?

Have you ever heard of a 'flash protest'? It's similar to a 'flash mob,' where a group engages in seemingly spontaneous but actually synchronised...

Commercial Ready scrapped. Time for a 'flash' protest?

Have you ever heard of a 'flash protest'? It's similar to a 'flash mob,' where a group engages in seemingly spontaneous but actually synchronised...

Are you grant ready? Grant Writing

Grant Writing Grant writing is a specialist art. Writing from the heart or what you think an assessor wants to hear is not usually the...

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New Zealand’s Xero eyes US IPO, further disruption as subscribers increase...

Xero recently held its annual meeting in Wellington, during which the company revealed some interesting details about its future. As has been widely suspected, the...

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