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  1. Souhel Khanania, IET founder and Stuart Ayres

    Western Sydney businesses take on the world

    Mexicans know a thing or two about corn chips, but Industrial Engineering Technology (IET) based in Penrith in Sydney’s West is teaching them a few new tricks about baking them.

  2. CSU Vice-Chancellor Andrew Vann and Paul Toole Bathurst MP

    Business innovation in the Central West gets a boost

    The NSW Government is partnering with Charles Sturt University to help boost business innovation across the Central West.

  3. Michelle Evans and Greg Aplin

    Indigenous entrepreneurship program launched

    The NSW Government and Charles Sturt University (CSU) have partnered under the Government’s Boosting Business Innovation Program to develop an Indigenous Entrepreneurship Pop-Up Innovation Hub to support Indigenous business innovation.

  4. Man presenting in front of a group of people

    Free energy and resources forums support SMEs

    Regional small to medium sized enterprises (SMEs) working in the mining equipment, technology and services sector are being assisted to boost growth and innovation through free business forums being conducted by the NSW Government supported Energy and Resources Knowledge Hub.

  5. Ian Honnery CEO of Aerospace Australia limited with Angus Hutchinson CEO of Thomas Glovbal Systems at the Avalon Air Show

    Innovation award for Sydney defence business

    A new aircraft cockpit display developed by a Sydney company has received a prestigious innovation award at the Avalon International Airshow in Victoria.

  6. Macquarie uni hackathon

    Macquarie uni hackathon boosts healthcare innovation

    Small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), researchers, students and entrepreneurs joined forces for a two-day ‘Healthcare Hackathon’ at Macquarie University on 25-26 February to boost healthcare business innovation.

  7. SSE Board image

    Inspiring the next generation of NSW entrepreneurs

    NSW Deputy Premier and Minister for Regional New South Wales, Skills and Small Business John Barilaro recently announced the inaugural board for the Sydney School of Entrepreneurship.

  8. Wheat harvester in a wheat field

    $14.7 million to boost agri skills

    The NSW Government is working with peak grain and cotton industry bodies to provide $14.7 million worth of subsidised training over three years to help the NSW agri-sector attract new workers and retain and upskill existing workers.

  9. International Day of People with Disability logo

    Creating jobs for people with disability

    One year after launching the Disability Action Plan, the NSW Department of Industry is celebrating the success of its social procurement program.

  10. Group of people discussing ideas in front of a computer

    New strategy embraces innovation

    The NSW Government launched its new Innovation Strategy on Wednesday 30 November 2016 which is aimed at fostering a culture of new ideas and innovation throughout NSW.