Australian Small Business Success Stories on Video

These videos show funding recipients discussing the application process and tips on how to improve your odds when you apply. While we cannot guarantee you will get funding the more you know about others experiences the better your chances.

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Small Business Video Success Stories

City Golf Hobart
Hobart, Tasmania

Small Business Video Success Stories

The Gym of Life
Mona Vale, NSW

Small Business Video Success Stories

Summer Dawn Designs
Northmead, NSW

Small Business Video Success Stories

HR Virtual Assistant
Cloverdale, WA

Small Business Video Success Stories

Conflict of Interest
Brunswick, VIC

Small Business Video Success Stories

Fitzroy, VIC

Small Business Video Success Stories

Boulton Vineyard
Vinifera, VIC

Small Business Video Success Stories

Sydney, NSW

Small Business Video Success Stories

The Creative Collective
Maroochydore, QLD

Small Business Video Success Stories

Affinity Live
Wollongong, NSW

Small Business Video Success Stories

Atlantis Water Mgmt
Sydney, NSW

Small Business Video Success Stories

George Town, TAS

Small Business Video Success Stories

Urban Art Projects
Brisbane, QLD

Small Business Video Success Stories

Revive Clinics
Perth, WA

Small Business Video Success Stories

Global Kids Oz
Brisbane, QLD

Watch Andrew Jenkins, owner of Hobart's City Golf Practice, explain how he found and received a $19,000 government loan for business to aid with operational expenses, and product development and enhancement

Mona Vale, New South Wales' Sylviane James explains how a $20,000 Microenterprise Loan from Australia's Business Enterprise Centre helped get her new company off the ground.

Northmead, NSW's Summer Smith explains how $13,000 in wage support from the New Enterprise Incentive Scheme (NEIS) Program has alleviated some of her financial pressures, while allowing her to concentrate on building her new start-up graphic design business.

Sarah Lynch, Director of HR Virtual Assistant explains how business advice, workshops, and webinars from her local Business Enterprise Centre (BEC) have led to over $3000 in new business.

Lauren Peterson, owner of Conflict of Interest explains how $17,000 from Australia's New Enterprise Incentive Scheme (NEIS) went towards launching her fashion-forward retail store in Bunswick, Victoria.

Abigail Forsyth, the founder of KeepCup, explains how $60,000 in government grants went towards developing the first barista-standard reusable cup for the espresso and coffee market.

Michael Boulton of Vinifera, VIC explains how he was able to fund harvest costs and recoup lost revenue from hail damage with a $100,000 government loan from Rural Finance.

Founder Andrew Simms explains how a $64,000 COMET grant and a $50,000 R&D tax concession went towards developing Tagmotion, a web-based video search tool.

Yvette Adams, owner of The Creative Collective reveals how she partnered with TRAC Consulting to receive $350,000 from the AusIndustry Small Business Online Program, allowing them to work with 100 businesses across Queensland.

Geoff McQueen, owner of Affinity Live explains how his start-up company successfully received $119,000 in funding from Industry & Investment NSW and Commercialising Emerging Technologies (COMET).

In the past two years, Atlantis Water Management has secured $7,500 from Australia's Export Market Assistance Scheme (EMAS), with funding going towards tradeshows, travel expenses, and marketing collaterals.

PolyMarketing Pty Limited received a $5,700+ export grant from Tasmania's Department of Economic Development to recoup expenses for travel, freighting, and marketing materials.

Brisbane's Urban Art Projects receive ongoing export and marketing grants in excess of $125,000, offering high end art for the public realm.

Louise Stewart of Perth, WA received $20,000 from Royalties to Regions to develop and print health program booklets for regional communities. Louise is the director and founder of Revive Clinics, staffed by nurse practitioners to provide walk-in services at local pharmacies.

J.J Stranan received a $5000 grant for her online business Global Kids Oz, providing multicultural resources for children in Brisbane's education sector.

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