Aurora Energy has provided start-up support organisation Enterprize Tasmania with $245,000 in funding to expand its services.
The funding will allow Enterprize to operate entrepreneurial, start-up and micro-business support programs across the state over the next three years.
Aurora Energy chief executive Rebecca Kardos said the state-owned company was excited to help a new crop of Tasmanian entrepreneurs.
Science and Technology Minister Michael Ferguson said the government saw Tasmania's future as being an innovative state.
Energy Minister Guy Barnett said Enterprize's ongoing growth and activity was worthy of acknowledgement.
The 2021-22 state budget contained $1.34 million for the Enterprize hubs in Hobart and Launceston and for the creation of a new satellite hub on the North-West Coast.
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