Despite the fact they predominantly serve customers across regional areas, agtech businesses are earning a name for themselves in the wider startup space.
Sitting behind fintech startups, the expected champion in NSW amongst all the industry segments, are health and biotechs.
Fintech coworking community Stone and Chalk has announced its expansion into Victoria, with a space for 60 desks to open next month in Melbourne.
Crowe Horwath has announced that it will be launching FoundX, a new initiative to support regional startups and small businesses.
SproutX has announced the lineup of startups accepted into the SproutX Accelerator Program, the first agtech-based accelerator within Australia.
SproutX has partnered with NXTP Labs to launch Agtech Passport, an exchange program that will aim to help agtechs gain international exposure.
EduGrowth has launched a pre-accelerator program, a free online course designed to guide startups through the development of their ideas on to launch.
Melbourne-based agtech innovation hub SproutX has opened applications for its first full accelerator program, which will see 10 startups work to develop and commercialise their ideas in the agricultural sector.
SproutX has announced the official opening of its Melbourne coworking space and the appointment of Michael Dean, cofounder of AgFunder, to its board.
Australia’s agritech innovation hub SproutX has today announced a partnership with MLA Donor Company [MDC], a subsidiary of Meat and Livestock Australia [MLA].
Australia’s first national agtech innovation hub SproutX has launched today to transform the country’s $60 billion agriculture industry. The innovation hub follows on from a recent StartupAUS report outlining how Australia’s agriculture sector, supported by agtech can develop into a $100 billion industry by 2030.