Boosting business innovation in NSW

Giving Innovation a Boost; Connecting SMEs with Research Organisations
across NSW

 

 
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Background

The NSW government aims to build strong local business communities and stimulate economic growth in metropolitan and regional NSW. To support these objectives, the state government has invested $18 million into the Boosting Business Innovation Program, giving SMEs who want to innovate and scale up access to the research expertise and infrastructure from across NSW. By partnering with all 11 NSW universities and CSIRO, this program is supporting range of new innovation spaces, workshops and activities designed to support collaboration with  SMEs and start-ups across the state.

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Boosting Business Innovation Forum

The Boosting Business Innovation Forum is a one day public event, hosted by the 12 program delivery partners, being held at CSIRO Lindfield on the 14th of June 2018. The forum aims to facilitate linkages between NSW-based SMEs and research organisations to the benefit of our state. Through a series of interactive seminars spanning various topics from funding schemes to new technology developments, and a concurrent day long expo, we aim to showcase the capabilities, facilities and support services which are available to SMEs who are interested in partnering with us.

Register with the link below to discover how you can access the research infrastructure of NSW to grow your business. We are offering a number of travel assistance packages to regional business owners who are interested in attending the forum, contact us to find out more.

 
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Register

Early bird rate is on offer until the 31/5. Click the button below to purchase tickets for the event.