Victorian Government announces $1m in funding for Central Victorian Advanced Manufacturing alliance

In order to support the growing of manufacturing in Central Victoria the partnership between Bendigo Manufacturing Group, La Trobe University and the City of Greater Bendigo has been granted $1 million in funding. The aim is to digitally transform their current models to make them more competitive and to guide projects in the defence, aviation, waste, food and engineering sectors.   For more and detailed information, please go directly to the source:        

Victorian Government backs Melbourne start-up Applied EV to roll out world-first technology

Applied EV is a company that produces autonomous electric vehicles and has been given support for The Victorian Government towards its $2 Million dollars facility in Bayswater North. “The future of travel and transport will be autonomous, electric and connected, and Victorian companies are leading the way,” Minister for Industry Support and Recovery Martin Pakula said.   Source:    

$3.7 Million to the Australian manufacturing sector

Good news for the manufacturing sector! The federal government has given $3.7 Million to six Australian Manufacturers through co-founded grants administered by the advance Manufacturing Growth Centre AMGC. To find out all of details of the projects and the money granted, please go to the source: AMGC gets $3.7 million out the door to australian manufacturers  

$250 million Circuit Breaker Business Support Package to assist small to medium businesses.

The Victorian Government has launched a support package to assist Victorian businesses affected during the fourth lockdown announced on 27 May 2021.   The package includes: a $190.01 million second round of the Business Costs Assistance Program a $40.7 million new round of the Licensed Hospitality Venue Fund a $20 million in targeted support for the events industry. For more and detailed information, please go directly to the source:  

Improve your cyber safety and protect your business

As the technological age thrives so does the deceptive content to target users with fraud, scams and thieve identity. Reason why the Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) has created a check list and a list of tips for business to improve cybersecurity. If want to access to the list and tips please visit:   Source:  

RMIT researchers develop road making material from disposable face masks

RMIT researchers develop road making material from disposable face masks   In order to avoid tons of waste to go to the landfill after the pandemic RMIT university has founded an innovative way to use disposable face masks for the construction of roads. For instance: a two-lane road will require three million of disposable masks. The inclusion of disposable masks for roads will also improve the mechanical characteristics of the construction.   Source:  

Upskilling for the New Year

What a better way to keep your 2021’s resolutions than achieving your business’ growing goals? Business Victoria and AIIA assist you on doing so by teaching small businesses understanding and managing stock levels, channels to market and the logistics that are the core activities for a successful small business on its interaction within the supply chain.   Source: Back to News

Manufacturing a new future for Australia

The vast road map designed by The Federal Government called “Manufacturing a new future for Australia” has a vision to make Australia recognised for its sustainable yet high quality manufacturing sector and the due date for reaching this goal is 2030. Expecting: In 2 years: Create stability within the business environment in such a a way that encourages new investment In 5 years: Be more focussed on sci-tech systems to support the industry in order to be more productive and competitive. In 10 years: lock in productive and competitive firms with high-impact sectoral growth To do so, there are 4 initiatives manufacturing focussed: 1.    Modern Manufacturing Initiative 2.    Supply Chain […]

The positive side of COVID-19 for The Manufacturing Sector

COVID-19 has brought the importance of Australian supply chains to the fore. As overseas supply chains came to a halt, industries here were significantly impacted as supplies depleted. This prompted the government to consider an initiative that could sustain local manufacturing. Source: “Why manufacturers should consider 3D and robotics to innovate following the federal budget” – Back to News

Ten Ways to Succeed in Australian Manufacturing in 10 Weeks

Has the Covid-19 situation given your company the opportunity to wonder what’s the future of your business, how to grow in your manufacturing processes and how to adapt to the current, more-than-ever-changing market? There is a Series of 10 Webinars by The AMCG which, might help you in your journey to become the company the market is demanding. Ten Ways to Succeed in Australian Manufacturing in 10 weeks could be accessed at: Source: Back to News