Round two of the Queensland Government’s Agribusiness Digital Solutions Grants Scheme has opened with $1.3 million in funding available to help agribusiness build resilience through digital transformation.
The scheme assists eligible organisations to carry out projects that result in the trialling and adoption of digital solutions into supply chains within Queensland’s agricultural, fishery and forestry industries that contribute to the agribusiness sector’s resilience to future disruptions and risks such as biosecurity, climate and food safety.
Eligible industry organisations can apply for up to $100,000 (excluding GST) that is matched by applicants for projects that target industry-wide outcomes.
The Queensland Rural and Industry Development Authority (QRIDA) administers the Agribusiness Digital Solutions Grants Scheme on behalf of the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries.
Applications for the funding close on Friday 18 August.
For more information on the Agribusiness Digital Solutions Grants Scheme, how to apply, eligibility criteria, and how applications will be assessed please visit Agribusiness Digital Solutions Grants Scheme or contact QRIDA on 1800 623 946.