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Round 2 recipients for Knowledge Transfer Partnerships

Ten businesses, in partnership with four universities across Queensland, will share in a total of $434,000. The funding will enable these small and medium sized enterprises to bring a graduate into their business to work on an innovative project designed to grow their business.

Recipient Knowledge Based Partner Funding Offered by State to business (excl GST) Project Summary
OakBridge Investments Pty Ltd ATF McKinnon Family Trust T/A Building Futures Montessori UQ $50,000 Create an innovative software suite for the management of childcare centres’.
Bondi Labs Pty Ltd University of the Sunshine Coast $40,000 Develop training materials for a range of disciplines for use in visualization facilities, technology enhanced classrooms, industry training as well as hand held and mobile devices to support learning.
Axiom Project Services Pty Ltd UQ $50,000 Undertake research which aims to clarify what is considered best practice in the planning and preparation of pre-feasibility and feasibility studies in minerals development. Improved definition and understanding could increase market demand and business opportunity, building on Queensland's reputation as a Centre for Excellence in mineral project studies.
Get Wet Surf School Griffith University $20,600 Repositioning our brand to develop and market a world-class surf and beach visitor experience in Queensland capitalising on the growing international and domestic Educational tour market.
2 Australia Pty Ltd Griffith University $44,000 Giftzar will change the way that people give and receive experiential gifts by offering customers flexibility and bringing an interactive and social experience to the gifting market. This project supports local businesses by promoting them to domestic and international markets.
CB Aerospace Pty Ltd UQ $38,000 Prototype testing of proprietary software and hardware utilising wind tunnel facilities to further develop engineering advances in the Chimera vehicle (UAV) a unique multi-rotor design that bridges the gap between manoeuvrability and endurance. Chimera is uniquely placed to service a range of Queensland, national and international markets.
Fusion Sport Pty Ltd QUT $50,000 Developing analytical and visualisation tools to reduce injuries and increase performance in the sports industry and broader fields.
Riverlife Pty Ltd Griffith University $44,000 Creating a personal safety application to decrease crime rates. This part of the project will focus on implementing speaking diarisation which will allow voices in audio recordings to be matched.
Opmantek Ltd Griffith University $49,333 Create a technology to enable automatic payment and licence generation for Opmantek's SaaS customers which will improve service and business efficiency.
Q-Pharm Pty Ltd UQ $48,889 Creation of an integrated volunteer management system to support growth in clinical trial volunteers directly benefiting the wellbeing of Queenslanders.
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Last updated
8 March, 2017

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