ATMAC Grant Guidelines now available
|ATMAC Grant Guidelines PDF||153 KB|
|ATMAC Grant Guidelines DOCX||236 KB|
|ATMAC Industry Advisory Group feedback on applications PDF||157 KB|
|ATMAC Industry Advisory Group feedback on applications DOCX||232 KB|
|Frequently asked questions PDF||175 KB|
|Frequently asked questions DOCX||232 KB|
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The ATMAC program is expanding trade in Australian agricultural, forestry and fisheries sectors into emerging export markets and/or export markets with high-growth potential. This will be achieved through support for diversification efforts that align with industry priorities.
Trade diversification and expansion is key to Australia’s future prosperity, as well for the industry to reach their goal of a $100 billion agricultural sector by 2030. This program provides a mechanism for the Government to enter strategic partnerships, developed jointly with industry, that support trade diversification and expansion and provide direct benefits for the sector.
The table below provides detail on available ATMAC grant funding for 2022-23.
|Financial year||Total grant funding available ($A million)|
Activities eligible for support under ATMAC include, but are not limited to:
- investments that support trade expansion
- international marketing and promotion plans
- research and development
- training and education
- information exchange
- feasibility studies
- competitor analyses or sector or market analyses
- export strategy development
- targeted relationship development
- influencing the evolution or adoption of international standards and protocols.
Industry associations, including peak bodies and rural research and development corporations are eligible to apply for ATMAC funding. Proposals must demonstrate broad support across the relevant industry stakeholders and include a meaningful co-contribution, financial and/or in-kind. The nature of the arrangements will vary depending on the sector, export markets and diversification activities being targeted.