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Have your say on the future of NSW innovation

Online submissions are now open for innovation leaders and experts to have their say and contribute to the development of the NSW Government’s Innovation Blueprint.
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Ministerial
Bilateral opportunities between NSW and Tokyo have been strengthened today with the signing of two significant Memoranda of Understanding (MoU).
Ministerial
Applications are now open for the 2023/24 MVP Ventures Program, which offers grants to early stage startups and small and medium enterprises to drive the commercialisation of new and highly innovative products or processes in NSW.
Investment NSW
NSW’s most outstanding international students, education providers, businesses and community groups have this week been named and celebrated at the state’s most prestigious international education awards.
Ministerial
Trade leaders from all States and Territories gathered in Sydney today to discuss pressing issues and deepen Australia’s collaborative approach to trade and investment priorities locally and internationally.
Ministerial
The NSW Innovation and Productivity Council has outlined a set of recommendations to gain more value from the state’s thriving innovation sector and to better measure the effectiveness of government support.
Investment NSW
The NSW Government is supporting a range of homegrown food and beverage manufacturers to showcase their unique wares at the southern hemisphere’s largest food industry tradeshow next month.
Investment NSW
The Westmead Health and Innovation District will be home to a new biomedical incubator with Cicada Innovations awarded a $7.8 million grant to help health and medtech startups transform world-leading research into lifesaving technologies.
Ministerial
Budding entrepreneurs will have the chance to take their startup ideas to the next level with applications now open for four pre-accelerator programs aimed at supporting founders from diverse backgrounds, and increasing the number of social impact startups entering the market.
Ministerial
Twelve tech startups have been given a unique opportunity to set their companies up for future success after being selected for an accelerator program run by leading global investment business Techstars.