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  1. Hack Mack Park logo

    Macquarie hackathon for transport solutions

    Macquarie University’s new business incubator is hosting a two-day Macquarie Park Innovation District hackathon to develop technology transport solutions.

  2. UoN VC Prof Caroline McMillen and Parliamentary Secretary for the Hunter Scot MacDonald MLC cutting the ribbon at DAS18 Hub

    Aerospace hub takes off at Williamtown

    A new facility to unite the research and innovation capabilities of the University of Newcastle and the Defence industry has been launched at Williamtown near Newcastle with the support of the NSW Government.

  3. Scientist inspecting technology device

    University of Wollongong helps Shoalhaven companies boost business innovation

    South Coast companies are engaging with the University of Wollongong to embrace innovation and solve industry problems with the support of the NSW Government.

  4. Hands holding a tablet with charts on the screen

    Western Sydney businesses cultivate procurement skills

    Businesses in Western Sydney have developed valuable skills in securing more commercial and government contacts from a procurement workshop held on 24 October.

  5. Training NSW staff at Refugee Employment Expo

    Employment support for refugees resettling in NSW

    An employment information expo to connect refugees looking for work with organisations that can assist them was held in Liverpool today.

  6. Walan Mayinygu Indigenous Entrepreneurship Pop-up Hub Charles Stuart University

    Boost for Riverina Indigenous business

    The 'Walan Mayinygu Indigenous Entrepreneurship Pop-up Hub' is visiting Albury’s Library Museum from Tuesday 10 to Thursday 12 October.

  7. Employee painting a surfboard, The Glass Lab, Tweed Heads

    Tweed Heads surfboard maker rides wave of success

    Tweed Heads surfboard manufacturer Adam Wessell started making boards when he was 16 and slowly built his business to production of 40 boards per week.

  8. Daryl Maguire speaking at the AgriTech Incubator Hub launch

    AgriTech Incubator Hub to boost business

    Agricultural businesses across the Riverina are set for a major boost following today’s launch of an AgriTech Incubator Hub at Charles Sturt University’s (CSU) Wagga Wagga campus.

  9. People dancing at a music festival

    New app makes music concerts virtually real

    Music fans will soon be able to experience live concerts as if they’re right there in the mosh-pit courtesy of a new virtual reality app created with support from the NSW Government-backed Jobs for NSW.

  10. Participants take part in the Deadly Ideas Start-up workshop at Dubbo

    Boost for Central West Indigenous business

    The NSW Government is partnering with Charles Sturt University to give Indigenous businesses a major boost across the Central West.