Welcome to ICN

Industry Capability Network (ICN) is a business network that introduces Australian and New Zealand companies to projects large and small.

We offer a new business source for suppliers and a sophisticated search service for project managers.

ICN is an independent organisation financially supported by Australian, New Zealand, state and territory governments. Since it started more than 30 years ago, we have helped local suppliers find $30 billion worth of contracts.

Play our corporate video

ICN Gateway

At the heart of our services is ICN Gateway, a powerful online tool connecting suppliers and project managers.

With billions of dollars of projects listed, there’s never been a better time to connect.

Go to ICN Gateway

 

Latest projects

  • Defence

    Lockheed Martin Australia Future Submarine Combat System Integrator Program Industry Briefing

    National
    Read more »
  • Mining

    Koodaideri Project

    Western Australia
    Read more »
  • Defence

    Lockheed Martin Australia - Future Submarine

    National
    Read more »
  • Clean Tech

    Golden Plains Wind Farm

    Victoria
    Read more »
  • Construction & Engineering

    Roma Hospital Redevelopment

    Queensland
    Read more »
  • Mining

    Eliwana Project

    Western Australia
    Read more »
  • Construction & Engineering

    State Square Underground Carpark

    Northern Territory
    Read more »
  • Construction & Engineering

    University of Wollongong - Molecular Horizons

    New South Wales
    Read more »

Latest news

  • 4 September 2018
    Spring Capability News 2018
    Find out how ICN is helping support Australian Industry in the Spring edition of Capability News. This edition brings you a feature on how...
  • 17 August 2018
    Industry Capability Network in the Northern Territory (ICN NT) partners with procurement platform provider VendorPanel to deliver more opportunities for Territory SMEs
    ICN NT and technology company VendorPanel have announced a new partnership to help drive local economic development in the Northern...