The Digital Partnerships Program grants aim to drive digital innovation to build capacity across local industry and create jobs for Territorians.
Under the Program, grants between $50 000 to $200 000 are available on a co-contribution basis to support digital innovations developed by Territory businesses working together to build digital skills and capacity.
Industry briefings and grant writing workshops will provide more information on the Program, application requirements and tips on how to write a successful proposal.
Strictly limited places. Please register to attend this free event.
Industry briefings will be in Darwin on 11 and 12 February and in Alice Springs on 13 February.
Grant writing workshops will be held in Darwin on 20 and 26 February and in Alice Springs 21 February.
Visit innovation.nt.gov.au/digital-partnerships-grants for full details and to and to register for all briefings and workshops available.
Light refreshments will be served on arrival.
Innovation is a driver to help businesses survive and thrive through challenging times. One area that many Territory businesses and industry can innovate into is digital business.
The Northern Territory Government recently announced a new $1 million Digital Partnerships grants program to drive innovation and build capacity across the Territory’s economy.
The program will include grants on a dollar-for-dollar basis to match funding provided by industry proponents for proposed projects done in partnership between local industry and Territory ICT or digital businesses, with grants awarded through a competitive selection process to support projects.
The program aims to support the local ICT industry to build capacity and create jobs, foster partnerships between the Territory’s IT sector and other local industries and encourage the development of innovative digital solutions to meet local challenges and support economic growth; and it is a key action within the Digital Territory Strategy.
The Digital Territory Strategy establishes a framework for maximising the opportunities of the digital age for all Territorians across our business, industry, education, community and government sectors, as well as helping to keep Territorians safe online.