The state government of South Australia realises the importance of small businesses and startups and the crucial role they lay in strengthening the economy of the state. These entities also generate a lot of employment opportunities for the local population besides generating revenue for the government. These are the reasons why SA government has launched multiple grants to help and encourage entrepreneurs and small business owners.
Horticulture Netting Infrastructure Grants SA
As the name suggests, this grant is primarily for the primary producers operating in the region of South Australia. This grant gives funding to these producers for the purchase of new netting or for the repair of damaged netting. The scheme is currently open and closes on 30 June 2023. The grant is provided in the form of matched funding for the expenses incurred by the primary producer up to $300.
- Crop for netting must be situated in local government area of Riverland, Adelaide Hills or Greater Adelaide Area
- You must have an ABN
- More than 50% of your income must come as a primary producer
- You must be a sole trader or a partnership firm
Circular Economy Market Development Grants
This grant from the state government of South Australia are for businesses involved with recycled materials or products made from recycled contents. The grant is currently open and available to small businesses, not for profit organisations, and research institutes that meet the eligibility criteria. These businesses can hope to receive up to $100,000 under this initiative by the government. The SA government is targeting waste materials like tyres, glass, scrap, plastic, cardboard, and textiles under this scheme.
- You must be a small business, not for profit organisation, or a research institute
- Your project must be beneficial for the South Australian economy
- Business must be registered under GST and it should have ABN
Other Small Business Grants in South Australia
Skilling South Australia
Skilling South Australia is an initiative from the government to help small business owners financially so they can hone the skills of their apprentices. The scheme is strictly for South Australian businesses that employ workers and apprentices. Funding and other support measures under this initiative are available for work, growth, and training.
- Your small business must be located in South Australia
- You must have ABN
- Your business must be registered for GST
Funding for artists to engage the community with art and culture
Funding for South Australian artists and organisations are available from the state government. This initiative aims to keep the community engaged with vibrant art and culture of the state. There are a variety of grants under this scheme and you can view the number of grants and their deadline by going through the 3 different grant schemes and substreams.
- You must be an artist or organisation registered in South Australia
- The amount of money under the grant and the eligibility requirements differs under different streams and sub-streams
To know more about the above mentioned and similar grants, please contact one of our advisers at the number mentioned below.