Grant Opportunity for Western Australian Food & Beverage Manufacturers
Are you in the agribusiness and beverage industry and would like to seek assistance from experts to help transform your business across areas such as resilience, sustainability, competition, scale, and trade export?
The WA State Government’s annual AgriFood and Beverage Voucher Program provides matched funding to access professional support with:
- Business planning
- Growth strategies
- Sales and marketing
- Financial health; and
- Environmental sustainability and social responsibility (ESG) responsibilities.
The application process is relatively simple, and we have a range of clients who’ve applied for funding themselves and received vouchers to offset the cost of working with us.
As a provider in the Department of Primary Industry and Regional Development’s Professional Service Provider Directory for this sector and having worked with a cross-section of emerging and established food and beverage manufacturing businesses, we are well-placed to provide business planning, market insights, and ESG planning, as well as providing support with your application.
Feel free to contact us for a quote.
Client Case Study: The Grant Funding Cascade
In the last round of Food and Bev Vouchers, we were engaged by a new client looking to grow their business and we worked with them with a business planning process to develop new income streams and enhance the performance of their existing product range.
Asides from the business being reinvigorated and taking some massive leaps forward thanks to the business planning process, we received this update from our client:
Just thought I would let you know that I applied for and was granted $13,000 for marketing purposes from the Local Capability Fund. I applied late last year and basically cut and pasted a lot of content from the business plan. Thought you might like to know that the business plan has already helped us secure some funding.
So, asides from the great value to the business in terms of clarity and insights, the business plan has further paid off by providing a tool to seek more funding. Win-win.
A version of this blog post first appeared on Anna Dixon Consulting’s website, our previous brand.