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  1. SSE staff and students cut first year cake

    Sydney School of Entrepreneurship reaches first year milestone

    Sydney School of Entrepreneurship has reached its first year of operations driving next generation Australian entrepreneurship.

  2. Edwina Sharrock with family on outdoor lounge

    Tamworth mum swims with sharks

    Tamworth mum, midwife and entrepreneur Edwina Sharrock will pitch her start-up business ‘Birth Beat’ on Channel 10’s Shark Tank series tonight.

  3. Clarence MP Chris Gulaptis with staff and apprentices at Clarence Correctional Centre

    Prison project delivers jobs and training boost

    Construction of the Clarence Correctional Centre is delivering job and training opportunities with the support of the Infrastructure Skills Legacy Program.

  4. Two men in HP’s Virtual Reality Pod

    First Regional Technology Expo in Orange

    Orange welcomed some of Australia’s leading technology experts and startups for the first Regional Technology Expo to promote innovation in the Central West with the support of the NSW Government-backed Jobs for NSW.

  5. Peter Annis-Brown in gym with weights

    Tamworth company develops app for men's health

    Men of all ages will be reminded to take regular health check-ups to stay healthy and out of hospital with the assistance of a new app developed by a Tamworth company with the backing of the NSW Government.

  6. Sydney Startup Hub exterior

    Optus moves in to Sydney Startup Hub

    Optus has opened an innovation hub inside the Sydney Startup Hub to help small and medium-sized businesses tap into the disruptive power of startups.

  7. Man presenting at forum

    Boosting Business Innovation Forum in Sydney

    Research representatives from around the state gathered at the CSIRO in Sydney today for a forum on the NSW Government’s Boosting Business Innovation Program.

  8. Sydney Startup Hub directory listing next to lift

    Sydney Startup Hub celebrates first 100 days

    The Sydney Startup Hub marked its first 100 days on Friday 25 May.

  9. Australian landing pad Tel Aviv signage

    NSW startups' best and brightest chance to go global

    Ten NSW startups will have an exciting opportunity to meet with world-leading innovation experts in Tel Aviv, Israel, one of the most advanced innovation hubs in the world.

  10. Future Transport logo

    Sydney Startup Hub to put new transport solutions on the map

    Transport for NSW will partner with City Innovation Foundation, Mastercard, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Optus and Amazon Web Services as part of a new 'Future Transport Digital Accelerator' based at the Sydney Startup Hub at Wynyard.