Four years after missing out on a chance to redevelop the Australian Technology Park site, Atlassian will finally get to set up shop at Eveleigh.
The state government has committed to ensuring that a minimum of 10 percent of new government fleet vehicles are electric or hybrid from 2020.
Jobs for NSW has appointed Nicole Cook, currently managing director of talent management company PeopleScout in ANZ, as its new CEO.
The University of Sydney has received $1.5 million in funding from the NSW Government’s Boosting Business Innovation Program to run two online courses to help businesses with digital transformation.
Airbnb, the undeniable poster child of the sharing economy, may be about to face one of its toughest PR battles yet.
NAB Foundation has announced that it has opened applications for its second round of its 2017 grants, focusing on regional sustainability.
Wellington has been both vocal about its intent to be known as a major innovation hub and proactive about marketing the entire city.
Joining forces with the Sydney Olympic Park Authority, the government plans to conduct a trial of the state’s first automated Smart Shuttle at Olympic Park.
The NSW Government has unveiled a digital transformation strategy detailing how it will look to update its processes to better serve NSW residents.
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To examine sentiment around the innovation agenda and the government’s role and actions a year on, ank Stream Labs has launched a survey to gauge the sector’s feelings.
Over the weekend the NSW Government launched the first release of digital licences, making them available for recreational fishers and people working within the hospitality industry.
NSW Government agencies are now able to engage suppliers through direct negotiation on short term contracts valued up to $1 million, including GST, for proof of concept or outcomes-based trials.
Four Australian healthtech startups have secured a total of $8.6 million in funding from the NSW Department of Health. The funding comes from the Government’s Medical Device Fund [MDF] and will help the chosen startups to develop and commercialise their innovations.