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Please see below contact details for all our member firms or for more information about your local MGI firm click on the relevant website links to get further details.

For all enquiries relating to MGI Australasia, please contact our Regional Director, Ms Casey Lightbody.

Our Offices

MGI Adelaide

212 Greenhill Road,
Eastwood SA 5063

PH: +61 8 8299 8888

Fax:

http://www.mgiadelaide.com

MGI Auckland

Level 2,
Fidelity House,
81 Carlton Gore Road,
Auckland

PH: +64 9 377 1362

Fax:

www.mginz.co.nz

MGI Cairns

225 Sheridan Street,
Cairns North

PH: +61 7 4047 4000

Fax:

http://www.mgicairns.com.au

MGI Joyce|Dickson

Level 1
65 Canberra Avenue,
Griffith ACT 2603

PH: +61 2 6162 2600

Fax:

http://www.mgijd.com.au

MGI Gold Coast

Ground Floor,
64 Marine Parade,
Southport, QLD 4215,
Australia

PH: +61 7 5591 1661

Fax:

http://www.mgisq.com.au

MGI Parkinson

Level 1,
322 Hay Street,
Subiaco, WA 6008

PH: +61 8 9388 9744

Fax:

http://www.mgiparkinson.com.au

MGI South Queensland

Level 1,
200 Mary Street,
Brisbane, QLD 4000,
Australia

PH: +61 7 3002 4800

Fax:

http://www.mgisq.com.au

MGI Sydney

Level 5,
6 O'Connell Street,
Sydney, NSW 2000

PH: +61 2 9230 9200

Fax:

www.mgisyd.com.au

Dobbyn + Carafa

Level 9,
636 St Kilda Rd
Melbourne VIC 3004

PH: +61 3 9069 7700

Fax:

www.dobbyncarafa.com.au

Enquiries

Did you know there’s free money out there that can help your business to grow?

Yes there is really free money out there and no, this is not click bait. There are a number of Government grants for small business at both Federal and State levels intended to help businesses to improve and grow.

For example, we have recently assisted a number of clients to obtain grants under the Entrepreneurs’ Program such as the Business Growth grants to assist them with business needs as varied as:

  • strategic planning
  • employee share scheme design and implementation
  • advisory board
  • financial performance management
  • exit planning and much more.

This programme aims to drive business growth for businesses in the five growth sectors, which are:

  • Advanced Manufacturing;
  • Food and Agribusiness;
  • Medical Technologies and Pharmaceuticals;
  • Mining Equipment, Technology and Services; and
  • Oil, Gas and Energy Resources.

If you are not sure if you qualify for one of the Government grants for small business in one of these sectors, by all means have a chat with us. These categories are broader than you think!

How you can use Government grants for small business

If you are in one of these sectors, there may be Government business grants available under this program to help your business to:

  • commercialise novel products, processes and services (Accelerating Commercialisation Grant);
  • access expert support to identify growth opportunities, improve management skills and business systems, increase market share and improve the financial performance of the business (Business Management Grant);
  • assist start-ups to develop the capabilities required to achieve commercial success in international markets (Incubator Support Grant); and
  • access expert guidance to address knowledge or research related issues (Innovation Connections Grant).

Each of the above are dollar for dollar matching grants of between $20,000 and $50,000, meaning a $40,000 project may only cost you $20,000. It’s crazy to say no, when the government offers to pay half of your costs. And this is just one of a number of grant programs available at the federal level.

At a state level, there are also Government business grants available. For example, the Queensland government’s Business Growth Grant is designed to support fast growing businesses looking to put on staff, purchase specialised equipment and access services to support business growth. Grant applications may attract funding of up to $50,000 depending on the application. Successful applicants may only have to contribute 25% – 50% of total project costs.

Here’s a flowchart we use to help our clients assess whether they are eligible for some of the most common grants we see.

flow chart to explain access to government business grants | MGI South Queensland

For further details about the Government business grants mentioned or if you would like to know whether you are eligible, please contact one of our offices here.

This article aims to provide you with an overview of the grants that may be available to you. It is not intended to be specific advice for your business.