ICN is your first point of contact when starting a new project.

Our consultants pride themselves on understanding who is operating in the various sectoral areas and what their capabilities are.

About ICN Qld

In Queensland, ICN is a division of QMI Solutions Limited, a not-for-profit organisation supported by Queensland State Government. Our aim is to contribute to business and employment growth and foster innovation by identifying procurement opportunities for local industry.

We have a team of specialist staff with a wide range of experience in Engineering, Technology and Procurement. This helps us to identify products, services and capabilities to assist our clients in the acquisition of goods and/or services to replace imports and retain opportunities for local industry. 

Our core services are provided at no charge as our costs are subsidised by government, and we also offer a range of value-adding consulting services on a competitive commercial basis.

For more information contact a Queensland consultant today.

ICN in Queensland is supported by the Queensland State Government.

 

At the heart of our service 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.

Latest projects

Clean Tech Queensland
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Defence Queensland
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