The CSIRO has been pushing the edge of what is possible for generations. The CSIROseven are a new generation that brings new thinking and new breakthorughs. The CSIRO is where creativity meets innovation, developing solutions to make a difference to you, our economy and the planet.
DataStart creates opportunities for Australian tech startups to develop sustainable businesses through access to open government data. Founders and teams across Australia can apply for the pilot program, where one team will receive a nine month incubation program with Pollinizer and Government assistance.
The City of Sydney has opened the Creative Live Works Spaces application. Apply for 12 month residencies commencing June 2016, in apartments in William St.
This is a great opportunity for artists and art workers across all artforms. Applications close 11 December, 2015.
Read about the initiatives supported by the NSW Government including Knowledge Hubs, InnovateNSW and Global Talent Hub Project.
The Hatchery “pre-incubator” program is designed to specifically create entrepreneurs not companies. The Hatchery is a safe and secure environment for students to be provided with the scaffolding to support the ‘hatching’ of their entrepreneurial talent.
The City of Sydney have drafted up the 10 year Tech Startups Action Plan to be a part of the tech startup community. It is now open for discussion and you can have your say and comment on the plan by clicking on this link: http://sydneyyoursay.com.au/tech-startups-action-plan.
ATP Innovations hosts Sydney’s largest community of entrepreneurs within the National Innovation Centre, where more than 60 companies employ over 350 staff. We strive to create a supportive entrepreneurial eco-system where innovation can thrive.
Springboard is a highly vetted expert network of innovators, investors and influencers who are dedicated to building high-growth technology-orientated companies led by women.
The City of Sydney considering how to support entrepreneurs in creative and technology start-ups with a number of pilot projects. Focussing on creative enterprises, specifically new, innovative businesses that have technology at their core and are designed for fast growth, the programs feature Practical learning for entrepreneurs, Connecting women entrepreneurs, events and networking opportunities.
Australia’s first startup incubator has a 60 day startup program to help startups grow. Piivot readers will receive a 15% discount. Contact Pollenizer to receive the discount.