METS Ignited Project Funds - supporting industry-wide collaboration
The METS Ignited Project Funds is a $15.6m, four-year initiative to support, encourage and fund sector-wide collaboration. The funding is provided by the Australian Government as part of the Growth Centre initiative. It is open to METS companies across Australia.
How does it work?
METS Ignited is looking for minimum matched investment for collaborative, industry-led projects with clear commercialisation applications.
We are seeking to invest in innovative ideas to improve the productivity, competitiveness and innovative capacity of the sector, to deliver results on a national scale that have sector-wide impact including for SMEs.
The application process
The METS Ignited Project Funds can be accessed by industry through an Expression of Interest (EOI) process.
Next funding round
The third round of funding is now open.
To keep up-to-date with progress please become a METS Ignited Network Associate. Membership is free.
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