Congratulations to client The Fold Southern Highlands for their launch this week of The Fold Illawarra. See the site here: https://thefoldillawarra.com.au/
The Fold is a great contribution to local media. Worth checking out. Enquiries from other regions welcome.
A great place to start with pulling together the demographic profile of your area/project is ID.com.au/
Their Grant Application Guide points out the 4 areas that are often overlooked when writing grants:
- Setting the Strategic Context. What are the drivers of your economy, population, industry contect, forecasts, barriers to growth. Most importantly – what are the outcomes of similar projects.
- Model the Economic Impact of the Project. Gather economic impacts, visitations, look at modelling for impact of an event or construction.
- Cost Beneft Assessment. Work with an economist to project this data.
- Assess the Wider Community Benefits. Look at disadvantage analysis indicators, and quantitative evidence.
Strong applications can leverage significant funds for a region. Need help? We work with select economists, industry specialists to deliver robust fundable applications.
Ki Media has worked with eCommerce specialists Elite eCommerce and Roar Local presenting Masterclass workshops – identifying your product & setting up an Amazon store.
Ki Media has worked with a number of companies across the range of Jobs for NSW support programs – MVP, Partnerships and Events. If you need some assistance with these applications – there is an art to grant writing – let us know.
Ki Media is working with a range of people in the Southern Highlands looking into the best model for business acceleration in regional areas. Agribusiness, tourism product development and health innovation are three areas of interest to the region.
Local banks, schools, retail, government and service providers are in the discussion.
We welcome involvement in this development for the Southern Highlands and examples of best practise happening elsewhere.
Ki Media is pleased to announce the latest successful application penned to the Regional Infrastructure Fund landed on behalf of a local council – $4.6m for a bridge project. This is on top of an application that landed the council a further $7.5m for a road bypass project.