Australian Funding Assistance for Business improvements & implementing Lean

If you are realise that you are going to need help achieving your business goals for 2012, then help is at hand!  The TXM team is always ready to discuss your business improvement requirements. We also specialise in helping small and medium manufacturers apply for funding assistance with the process of reviewing your needs, developing a plan and implementing that plan to achieve business success.

Tim McLean can certainly point you in the direction of several funding options. Each business has different needs and each funding option also has different requirements. We can help gather the information you need to apply for the program that is best suited to you and put you in touch with the business advisers most suitable to your industry.

Here is a summary of the three main government funding programs currently available.  (This information was correct as at February 2012 and is subject to change at each State and Federal government’s discretion.)

 

Grow your Business – for companies based in Victoria

The Business Strategic Review is a chance to gain a valuable insight into areas of operation and is designed to:

• Identify the immediate past and present position of a business

• Illustrate strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats

• Identify and prioritise areas that require attention or change

This ‘situational analysis’ can also be directed toward specific issues including production and process.

 

Enterprise connect

Enterprise Connect offers comprehensive advice and support to eligible Australian small and medium-sized enterprises to help them transform and reach their full potential.

Eligible businesses are able to request a comprehensive, confidential and independent Business Review at no charge.

We work with you to transform your business holistically so the solutions are sustainable for the future.

 

Supplier Continuous Improvement Program – Defence Industry

SCIP aims to boost the competitiveness of Defence supply chains in Australia through:

1. Modernised Supply Chain Relationships

2. Improved Business Communications

3. Greater Efficiency and Simplification

4. Increased Innovation

Robert Chittenden

Author: Robert Chittenden

Robert Chittenden is a Senior Lean Consultant at TXM Lean Solutions