$500,000 ON THE TABLE TO ACCELERATE BUSINESSES INTO NEW MARKETS

Thursday, 9 November 2017

$500,000 ON THE TABLE TO ACCELERATE BUSINESSES INTO NEW MARKETS

MEMBER for Northern Tablelands Adam Marshall today encouraged local businesses to apply for the new $500,000 Murray Darling Regional Business Accelerator Program, set to help companies leverage new marketing channels and expand into new markets.

The MP said the NSW Government program would provide matched funding of up to $10,000 for projects including website development, digital media campaigns, or new product packaging.

“This is a fantastic opportunity for businesses in parts of the Northern Tablelands to expand their reach into global markets,” Mr Marshall said.

“There are many companies who want to take the next step and market their product to new audiences but simply don’t have the financial ability.

“Whether it is the website you’ve always dreamed of or building a marketing strategy to target new audiences, I’m excited for our local companies.”

The program also supports traditional expansion methods, such as exhibiting at trade shows and multi-channel advertising campaigns.

Mr Marshall said technology was a game-changer for local businesses and it was important companies made the most of this funding.

“New technology opens the door to endless opportunities and this program will help businesses access new channels and grow rapidly,” he said.

The program is open to eligible businesses that can demonstrate growth potential beyond local markets and are not solely reliant on local markets for sales.

The Business Accelerator Program is funded by the Commonwealth Government’s Murray Darling Basin Regional Economic Diversification Program, which is administered by the NSW Government.

To access the guidelines for the Murray Darling Business Accelerator Programs, please contact your local NSW Office of Regional Development.

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