Made in Queensland registration of interest

Closes 30 Jan 2019

Opened 1 Feb 2017

Overview

Made in Queensland is a Queensland Government initiative to support our manufacturing sector to become more internationally competitive and adopt innovative processes and technologies. The $20 million grants program is aimed at increasing jobs in Queensland manufacturing businesses and growing the state’s economy.

Owners of small to medium Queensland-based manufacturers are invited to register their interest in being part of Made in Queensland. Eligible registrants will receive support from the government to address areas where their businesses can become more competitive and create high-value jobs for Queenslanders.

As you may be aware, the Queensland Government assumes a ‘caretaker’ mode until after a general election of the Legislative Assembly of Queensland is held on 25 November 2017.

By convention, the State Government assumes this caretaker role to ensure that decisions are not taken which may bind an incoming government and limit its freedom of action.

Registrations to the Made in Queensland program can still be made using the link below. However, in line with the caretaker conventions, no decisions about your registration can be made until after the caretaker period has ended and following due consideration by the incoming government.

Audiences

  • Industry
  • Interest group

Interests

  • Economic development
  • Industry