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Newsletter, December 2017

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ICN NT Newsletter December 2017 ICN NT Newsletter December 2017.htm[12/09/2018 2:41:50 PM] facilities in the Gulf of Carpentaria. Read more 3D metal printer is open for business The worlds first commercial 3D metal printer has produced 14 trophies in its official debut to the community, at the inaugural Northern Territory Awards for Digital Excellence. Read more Small business innovation grants Innovation grants under the Business Innovation Support Initiatives (BISI) program are now open via a competitive application process. The BISI grants provide up to 50% support for eligible projects, with a limited number of grants worth up to $60,000. Open from now until 18 April 2018, this is a great opportunity for businesses to gain assistance with an innovative project to support their business. Read more Facebook LinkedIn Website Email Welcome from the Centre As we edge closer to the festive season and some of us wind down, Tellus Holdings have been working tirelessly to complete a thorough environmental, social, economic benefits and impacts assessment of the Chandler Salt Mine Project. This is a positive sign for Central Australian industry, as projects of this size can provide many direct and indirect opportunities to the region, both socially and economically. Tellus have also recently announced that the Northern Territory Environmental Protection Authority (NTEPA) Board has provided its Chandler Assessment Report, along with their recommendations, to the NT Minister for Environment and Natural Resources (read media release below). For those businesses who are interested in being engaged in the Chandler project when it kicks off, I urge you to visit ICN Gateway and submit an expression of interest to be kept in the loop as the project progresses. http://cdu.edu.au/newsroom/3D-printer-trophies?undefined.mjjo http://www.mcarthurrivermine.com.au/en/media/Pages/media-releases.aspx http://cdu.edu.au/newsroom/3D-printer-trophies?undefined.mjjo http://cdu.edu.au/newsroom/3D-printer-trophies?undefined.mjjo http://darwininnovationhub.com.au/blog/2017/12/06/innovation-grants-support-small-business/ https://mailchi.mp/icn/www.facebook.com/icngateway https://mailchi.mp/icn/www.facebook.com/icngateway https://https//www.linkedin.com/company/industry-capability-network---northern-territory https://https//www.linkedin.com/company/industry-capability-network---northern-territory http://icn.org.au/nt_home http://icn.org.au/nt_home mailto:admin@icnnt.org.au mailto:admin@icnnt.org.au

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