The Wagga Wagga winner of Regional Pitchfest, Dimity Brassil. Photo: Jobs for NSW Eleven startups from regional NSW head to the big smoke next week for three-day bootcamp at the Sydney Startup Hub. They’ll then go into a pitchfest with five chosen as finalists the Jobs for NSW Regional Pitchfest in Wagga Wagga on… Read more »
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In 2016 an entrepreneur by the name of Di Somerville launched an event in the NSW town of Wagga Wagga called Regional Pitchfest.
Australia Post Regional Pitchfest has revealed the lineup of entrepreneurs from Australia that will have the chance to pitch their ideas on stage.
Australia Post Regional Pitchfest looking to uncover the next big business idea in regional Australia
Applications have opened for the Australia Post Regional Pitchfest, which will give startups across Australia a chance to pitch for a share in $100,000.
In this episode of Paddock Chat we sit down with Di Somerville, founder of Regional Pitchfest and former member of the Australian navy.
Wagga Wagga coworking space Working Spaces HQ has announced the second cohort taking part in Incubate @ 35 degrees, its regional incubator program.
The top prize for the night went to ecommerce startup Cool Clutch, founded by Suzanne Carroll, which manufactures and sells handbags and clutches that contain ‘discreet’ cooler bag compartments
Following its successful launch in Wagga Wagga earlier this year, Bendigo is the next regional Australian city to get the Regional Pitchfest treatment, with the five startups set to pitch at the event on November 23 today unveiled.
Applications have today opened for Bendigo’s Regional Pitchfest, calling upon regional innovators and startups to help build a culture of entrepreneurship outside the major cities. Australia Post has partnered with the Pitchfest to give locals a platform to showcase their business ideas.
Thirteen year old entrepreneur Michael Nixon took out both the judges’ first prize and community choice at last night’s first Regional Pitchfest in Wagga Wagga, winning with his polished pitch for Edukits.
On the 29th of June, Australia’s largest inland non-capital city, Wagga Wagga in NSW, will play host to Regional PitchFest, the first ever competition specifically focused on rural-based tech entrepreneurs, supported by headline sponsor Beyond Bank.