As many organisations scramble to evolve their operations to survive coronavirus, the Australian Government is providing some financial relief for businesses to upgrade their ways of working.
These ‘quick response grants’ are available for any business and non-profit organisations within the City of Melbourne municipality (see diagram below), and there is up to $5k available for investing in online and e-commerce activities, along with up to $2k for training and professional development.
These grants are aimed at encouraging digital innovation and what you can do to digitise your business. As digital strategists, this is our area of expertise and we are here to guide companies through how best to utilize this budget.
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Costs associated with online and e-commerce activities, including the purchase of hardware, software and services in any of the following areas:
Costs associated with increasing and enhancing worker capability to better prepare for return to business activities. Suitable professional development activities can include, but are not limited to:
To be eligible to apply, applicants must meet the following criteria and we can help you write your submission
Applicants that have previously or are currently receiving grants or funding from City of Melbourne programs are still eligible to apply.
Applicants that wish to apply for other grant programs can still apply and it won’t impact their eligibility.