Premier and Minister for Trade
The Honourable Annastacia Palaszczuk
Queensland companies are helping put the first woman on the moon and taking a surgical world-first global thanks to Queensland Government funding to help export-ready companies break into new markets.
Gold Coast-based Opmantek has sold its software monitoring technology to NASA for use in its Artemis mission, while Brisbane-based Field Orthopaedics will commercialise the metacarpal nail which was recently used in a world-first operation in Brisbane.
Premier and Minister for Trade Annastacia Palaszczuk said 44 companies will share in total funding of nearly $930,000 from the second round of Trade and Investment Queensland’s (TIQ) grant program, which supports Queensland exporters to finalise new export deals in their target markets.
H2H Energy (new energy)
Herbal Wellbeing Australia (food and agriculture)
Fable Foods (food and agriculture)
The Trustee for Dotts Trust (food and agriculture)