Bridge Hub, an agrifood tech innovation hub launched in Wagga Wagga by Blue River Group, has received a $500,000 grant from the government’s Incubator Support Initiative.
Wagga Wagga is set to boost its agtech chops further, with impact investment services firm Blue River Group launching Bridge Hub, an innovation hub to test and commercialise new ideas in the agrifood sector.
In 2016 an entrepreneur by the name of Di Somerville launched an event in the NSW town of Wagga Wagga called Regional Pitchfest.
WaggaWagga.tv has received a $15,000 grant from Jobs for NSW to help expand its broadcast network to locations across the regional Australia.
Australia Post Regional Pitchfest has revealed the lineup of entrepreneurs from Australia that will have the chance to pitch their ideas on stage.
The nature of work is changing, and as more employers around the country become accustomed to the idea of outsourcing or hiring a remote worker, the opportunities for Australians living outside the business hubs in our major cities have never been greater. Aiming to help businesses tap into the wealth of expertise hidden around regional… Read more »
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.
In a move that will be sure to please startups and small businesses in the Riverina that have east coast expansion as part of their growth plans, regional-focused airline JetGo announced that it will officially be launching return flights between Wagga Wagga and Brisbane from February 13th 2017.
Wagga Wagga entrepreneur Lauren Geier is developing Balance Pets, an app looking to help pet owners look out for their furry friend’s health and wellbeing.
Malcolm Turnbull praised Wagga Wagga for setting a target of creating 100 startups by 2020 and Simone Eyles for her work in boosting the local startup sector.
Over the past eight weeks a group of Riverina locals have been taking part in regional Australia’s first incubator program. They entered with goals of forming structure around their ideas, leveraging digital technologies to enhance their current small businesses, and seeking investment to build out possible future technology needs that may need to follow.
At the first sitting of the newly formed City of Sydney Council on Monday night, a motion was passed that will allow regional communities throughout New South Wales to benefit from a knowledge sharing initiative when it comes to tech startups.
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.
At the end of last month, Australia’s largest inland non-capital city, Wagga Wagga in NSW, was host to an event called Regional PitchFest, which has inspired us to launch a new movement, Silicon Paddock.