Start-ups given leg up

    Published on October 28th, 2016

    SOUTH 32 and Woodside Petroleum have helped launch the second generation of KPMG’s Energise initiative to connect start-ups with the big end of town, as MNN learned that super funds are pouring money into the innovation/start-up ecosystem in the Eastern states.

    After last year’s ‘Energise’ program which helped deliver $A650,000 worth of pilot projects and capital to eight Australian start-ups, ‘Energise 2.0’, launched this week in Perth, aims to go further by connecting the most innovative start-ups with forward-thinking industry leaders.[/vc_column_text]

    Peter Rossdeutscher is Chairman of CSA Global and a Director of Spring Tech, a CSA Global group company. Andy Lamb, CEO and Co-founder of Atomic Sky and Tech Hub runs an investor-led start up studio supporting entrepreneurs and early stage start up founders seeking to take their innovative products to the next level and is an advisor to Spring Tech.

     

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    SOURCE: MININGNEWS.NET
    DATE: OCTOBER 13, 2016

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