Bangers a smash for Gotzinger in Hong KongQueensland kranskies are in Asian outlets after Gotzinger Smallgoods snagged its first Hong Kong deal with help from Trade and Investment Queensland.
The Go Global Export Program provides Queensland’s export-ready small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) with funding to finalise an export deal in a new market.
The funding is designed to help Regional Queensland businesses overcome specific challenges they are facing with a planned export transaction through matched funding up to 25,000 (excluding GST).
The program aims to boost export capability, equip businesses for ongoing export success and create jobs and prosperity for Queensland.
Applications are open for the 2021 funding round, under which $500,000 in funding is available.
Only Queensland exporters that are headquartered in regional Queensland (ie any Local Government Area outside of Brisbane and the Redlands) are eligible to apply.
Applicants will also need to meet a range of criteria and be pre-qualified. So to start your application, follow the steps below. Applications close at 10 pm on Wednesday 10 November 2021.
To find other grants or assistance programs that can help your business, visit the Queensland Government Grant Finder or Smarty Grants website.
Step 1: Read the program guidelines (PDF, 272KB) to assess whether you’re eligible to apply.
Step 2: Review the application guide (PDF, 237KB) for detailed information about the application process.
Step 3: Talk to your Trade and Investment Queensland Trade Advisor, who will help you with the process of verifying you are export-ready and have a buyer. If you’re not already a Trade and Investment Queensland client, please use the contact form to provide a few details that will help us direct you to the right person.
Step 4: Apply online on the Smarty Grants website.
Queensland exporters who received funding in the first round of Go Global in 2020 have had some stunning successes. Check out their stories below.