Connectiv Group has successfully obtained grants for dozens of clients. Below are a few of our success stories:
"We specialize in hand-operated gardening tools. In 2015 we released to the market the durable 2-in-1 ratchet operated secateurs, the MK6 2-in-1 Secateurs, that with the flick of a switch, easily converts to single cut mode for light pruning work. The tool utilizes the patented DualKut® ratchet mechanism and was so well received by consumers, that we believed it could be an excellent basis for the development of a wider range of tools and gardening products."
Loud & Clear Safety
Bisonic Combined Eye and Ear Protection is a safety apparatus developed by Loud & Clear Safety to successfully combine both eyeglasses frame and protective ear-muffs in the one product. A 10-year journey involving research, prototyping, experimentation and modification has lead to the production of Loud and Clear Safety’s first-release products.
Parthenon Marble is one of the largest Australian companies specializing in importation, manufacturing and distribution of marble, granite and natural stone. Parthenon Marble is a company renowned for its quality craftsmanship and was fast expanding a core list of clients. At the time, Director Panos Margaritis could foresee imminent challenges to meet future demand from architects, builders, interior designers and cabinetmakers.
Symtac is a Melbourne based company that creates safety equipment and accessories, as well as software for building upkeep and compliance processes. Connectiv Group assisted with applying for the R&D Tax Incentive. Symtac Director Brendan Scully, found that it is common practice for the owners of public buildings, hotels, hospitals and golf courses to contract out to other companies or professionals for building inspections and maintenance reporting. This information is often recorded manually into logbooks and spread across multiple locations and can present a challenge to administrators trying to maintain up-to-date compliance of all buildings under their management.
The QuickFit Starter Bar Holder was a product invented and developed by the Warschauer Burke Group for the Construction Industry. Vertical steel protruding from concrete was used widely throughout the world in the construction industry for providing support for additional structures that rest on cured concrete. A common method was to use props to hold the end starters in place, tie-wire a length of horizontal steel to the two ends and then tie-wire each bar into the correct position.