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Regional Growth – Marketing and Promotion Fund

Published 19th July, 2017

The $1 million Regional Growth – Marketing and Promotion Fund offered grants up to $50,000 to eligible organisations to promote investing or moving to regional NSW. 

The Regional Growth – Marketing and Promotion Fund was established to promote the benefits of setting up, investing or moving to regional NSW.

Eligible organisations were invited to apply for grant funding of up to $50,000 to support projects that strategically market a regional NSW location through marketing and/or promotion activities.

Projects

Twenty projects received funding from the NSW Government under the Regional Growth – Marketing and Promotion Fund. 

ProjectApplicant
Enhancing the Potential of Irrigated Agriculture in the Gwydir Valley Gwydir Valley Irrigators Association Inc.
Live, Work, Invest in Port Macquarie Port Macquarie - Hastings Council
Integrated business investment and marketing package for the Tweed region Tweed Shire Council
Coffs Coast Skills and Investment Digital Marketing Campaign Bellingen Shire Council
Make the Upper Hunter Home Upper Hunter Shire Council
Hunter Region – ‘”360 Reasons" Campaign Newcastle Business Association
Targeting Industry Niches Campaign - Out of Region Central Coast Council
Productive Shoalhaven - You're in good company campaign Shoalhaven City Council
Invest Eurobodalla Eurobodalla Shire Council
Canberra Region: Regional Champions - Investment & Business Canberra Region Joint Organisation (CBRJO)
Riverina Country Change Campaign and Expo RDA Riverina
Griffith Now Hiring Griffith City Council
Red Hill Industrial Front and Centre Narrandera Shire Council
Regional Staff Attraction Scheme RDA Orana
Doing Business in the Orange Region Orange City Council
It all adds up for business in Parkes, NSW Parkes Shire Council
Growing Agribusiness in the Narromine Shire Narromine Shire Council
Attracting skilled residential labour to Cobar Cobar Shire Council
Evocities Marketing Campaign Evocities x 6 regions: Albury, Armidale, Bathurst, Dubbo, Tamworth and Wagga
Your Business Treechange NSW Business Chamber
Published 19th July, 2017
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