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A helping hand to move your business forward:

The Queensland Government has allocated 50% of its $100 million COVID-19 Adaption Grants program to small businesses in regional areas.

Eligible small and micro businesses can apply for up to $10,000 to help move online and get through COVID-19. The funds can be used to:

  • build the business through marketing and communications activities (e.g. content development – web pages, mobile apps, video)

  • access digital training and up-skill employees to adapt to new business models (e.g. delivering training or showcasing products and services visually online)

  • access digital technologies to rebuild business operations and transition to a new way of doing business

eMotion Video Training & Production can help you take advantage of this wonderful opportunity to access support. We are offering businesses a $10,000 package covered by the COVID-19 Adaption Grant, including:

  • An introduction video for your website/Facebook landing page

  • 2 days coaching on how to easily make videos that really connect to your audience 

  • 2 months phone support to sky rocket your video social media presence.


What you need to know and do:

To be eligible for the grant, you must:

  • Have been subject to closure or otherwise highly impacted by the current shutdown.

  • Demonstrate that business revenue has been significantly impacted since 23 March 2020, over a minimum 1-month period due to the onset and management of COVID-19.

  • Employ staff and have fewer than 20 employees at the time of applying for the grant.

  • Have a valid ABN

  • Be registered for GST.

  • Have a Queensland headquarters.

  • Have an annual turnover of $75,000 for the last financial year.

  • Have a payroll of less than $1.3 million.

  • Not be insolvent or have owners/directors that are an undischarged bankrupt.

As part of your application, you will be asked to provide a statement describing how the funding will help your business with retaining staff, business capability and resilience, continuity, diversification, and/or digital capability during the coronavirus pandemic.

To apply for the grant, or for more information visit:

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