The Turnbull Government will support a world-leading laboratory in Northern Australia to develop a new treatment for people who have inflammatory bowel disease.
The Hon Craig Laundy MP was sworn in as Minister for Small and Family Business, the Workplace and Deregulation on 20 December 2017.
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Australia’s Building Ministers have agreed to develop an implementation plan for reforms aimed at ensuring the safety of the building and construction sector.
Joint media release with the Minister for Jobs and Innovation, Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash, and the Minister for Small and Family Business, Workplace and Deregulation, the Hon Craig Laundy MP
Melbourne-based company YBF Ventures will use a $500,000 Australian Government grant to expand its innovation hub in support of Australian start-ups developing Web 3.0 technology.
Eleven businesses across Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland and South Australia have been offered $3.5 million of Accelerating Commercialisation (AC) funding, bringing them closer to launching their innovations in local and international markets.
A program to encourage and support start-up activity in Western Sydney has received funding from the Australian Government’s Incubator Support initiative.
The Turnbull Government will invest more than $22 million to help Australian businesses move from early-stage health and medical research discoveries to commercial success, giving patients access to better treatments and medicines.
The Turnbull Government has today officially launched the Business Registration Service providing a simpler and clearer way to register a business.
An Australian company making a revolutionary material claimed to be 100 times stronger than steel has been granted Government funding to establish an advanced manufacturing facility in Melbourne.
The Turnbull Government will attract new start-up businesses and offer opportunities for existing businesses to grow in the Bega Valley through a new partnership with the University of Wollongong.
Commonwealth Minister for Small Business Craig Laundy, Deputy Premier and Minister for Small Business John Barilaro and Treasurer Dominic Perrottet have announced a significant scaling up of the NSW Government’s award-winning Easy to do Business program, which provides small businesses with one front door to Government.