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  1. Farmer on tablet next to produce

    Networking and IP tips for regional start-ups

    Regional small business and startup owners are invited to free workshops at the University of New England's Armidale campus on 15 and 29 June to learn how effective networking and innovation and intellectual property can boost their success.

  2. People on laptops

    Hackathon looks at Lake Macquarie transport

    The NSW Government is among supporters of a 54 hour Lake Macquarie ‘Hackathon’ focused on developing innovative transport solutions this weekend to help boost business and startup innovation in the region.

  3. TechConnect event

    Free event to boost business innovation

    Small business and startup owners are invited to a free event on Friday 9 June to learn how they can boost innovation to grow their companies with the help of the University of NSW’s TechConnect and the NSW Government.

  4. Man on mobile working on laptop

    Submissions invited on inquiry into Support for Startups in Regional NSW

    The NSW Parliament’s Committee on Investment, Industry and Regional Development is calling on individuals, groups and organisations to make submissions to an inquiry into support for regional startups.

  5. Drone on grass with people in background

    Illawarra using drones to boost business

    Innovative Illawarra businesses attended a two-hour event at the University of Wollongong on Thursday 1 June for a showcase on the advantages of drones to turbocharge business.

  6. three people discussing ideas

    R&D tax incentive explained for innovative New England businesses

    Innovative New England businesses attended a two-hour workshop at the University of New England Smart Region Incubator on 30 May for a full briefing on the Federal Government’s R&D Tax Incentive.

  7. 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 based in Penrith in Sydney’s West is teaching them a few new tricks about baking them.

  8. 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.

  9. Michelle Evans and Greg Aplin

    Indigenous entrepreneurship program launched

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

  10. 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.