REGIONAL NEW INDUSTRIES FUND (RNIF)

3/4/2018

REGIONAL NEW INDUSTRIES FUND (RNIF)

 

The RNIF is a new source of funding for regional innovation through the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development.

 

The RNIF objectives are to:

  • support business venture creation and SMEs to grow;
  • support transformation of mature industries and economic diversification;
  • develop business venture opportunities in international markets;
  • support Aboriginal business development; and
  • promote co-investment opportunities between business, government and other organisations.

 

The intended RNIF outcomes are:

  • Increased skilled job growth;
  • Increased venture creation and SME growth;
  • Increased R&D spending and commercialisation rates;
  • Increased gross regional product;
  • Increased per capita income; and
  • Increase private investment.

 

If you have an innovative project idea, please contact Angela Simpson at the Great Southern Development Commission at any time to discuss how they can assist you in progressing the project.

 

Angela Simpson

Regional Manager, Employment and Innovation

Great Southern Development Commission

Pyrmont House | 110 Serpentine Road | Albany WA 6330

Post: PO Box 280 | Albany, WA 6331

Phone: (08) 9842 4888 | Fax: (08) 9842 4828 | Mob:  0427 424 811

Email: angela.simpson@gsdc.wa.gov.au

 

For additional information regarding RNIF, please see the below links.

RNIF - Information Workshop

RNIF_-_Roadshow

More

ONGERUP LIBRARY CLOSED 28TH MARCH 2018

28/3/2018

Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Ongerup Library will be closed Wednesday 28th March 2018

 

Apologise for the inconvenience.

More

REGIONAL INNOVATION PARTNERSHIP

13/3/2018

Regional Innovation Partnership - The State Government has just released a new fund to support innovation in the regions.

More

FAIR GAME BUSY BEE

21/2/2018

Through the provision of recycled sporting equipment we hope new life is breathed into it and the equipment can be put to good use within your community.

 

Fair Game aims to reduce the risk of lifestyle related disease, build social cohesion and improve mental well being. Through the use of this equipment and your help we believe this will be able to happen.

 

Our first busy bee of the year is on Sunday 8 April 2018, we invite you to send through any "wish lists" of sporting equipment which you may require. No list is too big or too small. 

 

To submit a "wish list" to Fair Game, please complete a Wish List Form by 23 March 2018. Don't hesitate to complete multiple forms if you require greater than 5 different types of sporting equipment.

 

For more information visit the Fair Game website: www.fairgame.org.au

 

If you have any questions please contact us at recycle@fairgame.org.au.

More

DATE POSTPONED - SKILLED FOR LIFE COURSE

5/2/2018

PLEASE NOTE THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONEDS TO APRIL 2018

Aboriginal Skilled for Life Course

Free course for Aboriginal residens of the Shire of Gnowangerup

April 2018

8.45am to 3.30pm both days

Gnowangerup Community Resource Centre

The Shire will confirm at a later date the exact date the program will be run on,

More

AUSTRALIA DAY 2018 MEDIA RELEASE

5/2/2018

The 2018 Australia Day celebrations took place at the Borden Pavilion and were attended by approximately 70 people.

More

GOVERNANCE FOUNDATIONS FOR NOT-FOR-PROFIT DIRECTORS

18/1/2018

The Shire of Katanning long with Regional Development Australia Great Southern and the Australian Institute of Company Directors are partnering to improve skills and
capacity amongst Not-for-Profit committee members in the regional areas of the Great Southern. Should you wish to attend please contact RDA Great Southern on 9842 5800

More

GNOWANGERUP LIBRARY BOOK CLUB

9/1/2018

Starting Tuesday February 6th at 5pm. Meeting monthly with light refreshments.

More

AUSTRALIA DAY BREAKFAST 2018

4/1/2018

Australia Day Breakfast 2018

Friday January 26th January at the Borden Pavilion

More

2016/2017 ANNUAL REPORT

2/1/2018

2016 - 2017 Annual Report

ADOPTED 20 December 2017 | For the year ending 30 June 2017

Click HERE to view the report

More
« Previous123Next »