DON’T MISS OUT

Queensland Government’s Digital Grants Program is open, offering funding of up to $10,000 for small businesses*.

SECURE FUNDING FOR YOUR NEXT DIGITAL PROJECT

We are no longer accepting applications for this round of funding. Watch this space for 2018 funding opportunities!

Small Business Digital Grants Program – third round of Government Funding closes 24 October 2017

Need to establish your online presence, but don’t have the funds to do so? ZOIK can help your small business or startup. The next round of grant applications for the Queensland Government’s Digital Grants Program is open, offering funding of up to $10,000 for small businesses*.

This grant assists businesses in the following four areas, so take note. Are you in need of:

  1. Content development – e.g. websites, mobile apps;
  2. Ecommerce – receiving and selling online;
  3. Specialised digital technology i.e. web applications and projects; OR
  4. Digital planning, strategy, branding and training.

If so, you should apply. Writing a grant application can be a little daunting, but you don’t have to do it alone. At ZOIK, we’ve had plenty of experience. We’re a small team of directors, developers and designers, who can help immerse your business in all things digital via the four pathways listed above. Our experienced directors can assist you with your application and give you the best possible chance of securing funding for your next online project.

Don’t delay, contact ZOIK and kickstart your application!

*Before applying, ensure your are eligible. You can view the criteria here.

ZOIK Team can help you scope a grant proposal – contact us today

ROUND 3 FUNDING CLOSES:

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Are you eligible for Queensland Government’s Digital Grant?

Here is a quick checklist:

  1. Are you located in Queensland?
  2. Do you employ less than 20 staff?
  3. Was your 2016/17 turnover less than $2M?

If you answered YES to the questions above, you may be eligible for 50% contribution toward a new, improved website or digital project.  Find out more on Queensland Government’s Digital Readiness web site.