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Round 3 recipients for Knowledge Transfer Partnerships

Seven businesses, in partnership with four universities across Queensland, will share in a total of $281,000. 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
Like a Photon Pty Ltd Griffith University $50,000 Develop and implement an innovative children's content app which delivers books, videos and games.
Watt Utilities Pty Ltd Griffith University $36,667 Enhance and improve functionality to the "Run your own Tender" software system by creating new modules and interface enhancements which will better the customer experience and lower costs.
Be Psyched Central Queensland University $45,600 Develop an integrated online platform which is a one stop shop for health professionals such as psychologists, social workers and dieticians to provide services to the consumer from any location around the world.(Airbnb of Global Allied Health Services)
Engineroom Infrastructure Consulting Pty Ltd T/A Kinetic Group Worldwide University of Queensland $33,412 Develop testing procedures and a predictive model to better deal with the challenges of dewatering high clay mine tailings from saline water.
Amtac Professional Services Pty Ltd Griffith University $28,220 Design and produce low cost, locally manufactured, wirelessly connected sensors to monitor liquid waste in commercial and domestic applications to improve efficiency, accountability and environmental value.
Webstersgroup Pty Ltd QUT $50,000 Develop and implement improved processes to enable the company to achieve scale ability targets and secure project finance determining the viability of the investment arm of Websters Group. They will offer large-scale finance for clean technology upgrades with low upfront costs, using the actual energy savings for advanced solar and other energy saving upgrades as loan repayments.
Synergy Eight Pty Ltd University of Queensland $37,167 Enhance and commercially release the patented process of software which generates a design template based on graphical input to help SMEs solve digital marketing issues.
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Last updated
8 March, 2017

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