Camille Goldstone-Henry
Climate Tech

Why Singapore is Australia’s Silicon Valley for climate tech founders

- March 18, 2024 2 MIN READ

The allure of San Francisco as startup mecca is a long-held dream for entrepreneurs with global ambitions, but increasingly Singapore is where Australian founders are heading to find their stride and make it all come true. Xylo Systems CEO and cofounder Camille Goldstone-Henry certainly found that to be the case. Goldstone-Henry, a Australian Women’s Weekly Women… Read more »


The NSW budget is bad news for startups – and a ‘blueprint’ is not what the sector needs right now

- September 25, 2023 8 MIN READ

Startups, technology, innovation, investment and modern manufacturing are no longer on the priority list in NSW. Technology, startups and the arts are esoteric areas of investment for the new NSW Labor government and will bear the brunt of cost cutting and budget savings in the years ahead as part of a drive to surplus. Among… Read more »

Prof Andrew Dzurak
Quantum Computing

Q-CRTL, Diraq & Quantum Brilliance share $7 million in grants from NSW government commercialisation fund

- July 25, 2023 2 MIN READ

University of NSW quantum computing startup Diraq has won the lion’s share of a one-off NSW government $7 million quantum commercialisation fund, pocketing $3 million, alongside $2.34m for Professor Michael Biercuk’s Q-CTRL and $1.44m for Quantum Brilliance. The former Coalition government announced NSW Quantum Computing Commercialisation Fund (QCCF) late last year, with applications closing before… Read more »

Nikki Tugano SeenCulture

Here are the 12 startups in the first Techstars Tech Central program in Sydney

- July 24, 2023 2 MIN READ

Twelve startups are part of the first cohort of the new NSW government-backed Techstars accelerator in Sydney. The 3-month program at Sydney’s Tech Central provides startup founders with seed funding, training and access to a network of mentors to develop their entrepreneurial skills. The selected startups work across a range of sectors including AI, climate… Read more »

Victor Dominello

Victor Dominello, the driving force behind the NSW government’s Digital ID project, on the lessons from data hacks and the way forward for online privacy

- March 14, 2023 2 MIN READ

Victor Dominello won’t be NSW government minister cutting the ribbon on the fruits of several years of hard work building the Digital ID app. The member for Ryde retires from politics after 15 years when NSW voters go to the polls on March 25. But for the past several years he’s been driving digital innovation… Read more »

national parks

8 gorgeous photos of NSW National Parks

- March 10, 2023 3 MIN READ

Who says a good story can’t begin with mountain spas, marsupials, and the Milky Way? The NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service has just wrapped up its first-ever photo competition, and some of the winning shots are nothing short of breathtaking.  From serene mountain spas to adorable marsupials and even the majestic Milky Way, these… Read more »

Victor Dominello

How NSW is building the nation’s digital spine

- March 3, 2023 8 MIN READ

Australia needs to grow a backbone. In the information age, this spine must be digital. It must empower the individual with more control and protections over their privacy and security. This spine by nature must be customer centric. However because Australia is a federation – the spine doesn’t look like a single column. Its appearance… Read more »

NSW Treasurer Matt Kean
Climate Tech

NSW puts $64 million into two green hydrogen hubs amid $1.5 billion in incentives now on the table

- March 3, 2023 2 MIN READ

The NSW government is investing $64 million into the state’s the first two green hydrogen hub projects, in the Illawarra and Moree, as it also opens up applications for $1.5 billion in concessions for large-scale green hydrogen producers. The initial recipients are the BOC Illawarra Hydrogen Technology Hub and Sundown’s Keytah cotton farm near Moree.… Read more »