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  1. Women in Technology panel at CeBIT 2017

    Tech women in focus at CeBIT Australia

    Women in Technology were a key feature of the first afternoon of CEBIT Australia 2017 with an insightful strategic panel session highlighting that while many areas of ICT face skills shortages the percentage of women in technology is still disproportionately low.

  2. Minister Kean at CeBIT 2017

    CeBIT Australia off to a strong start in Sydney

    The NSW Government was out in force at this morning’s opening of the global technology exhibition and conference CeBIT Australia to promote the state's thriving business technology and startup environment to thousands of domestic and overseas visitors.

  3. People brainstorming on clear board

    NSW Government launches startup mission to Tel Aviv, Israel

    The NSW Government is encouraging NSW startups to apply to make a trip to Austrade’s Tel Aviv Landing Pad in September.

  4. Crowd at cebit technology event

    NSW: How we’re creating Asia-Pacific’s best Startup ecosystem

    By almost any measure, NSW is already the best place in the country to start and grow a business. We have the fastest rate of economic growth, the strongest business confidence, and the highest rate of new business creation with an incredible 20,000 new small businesses in 2016, a 3 per cent increase in just a year.

  5. Thinkable StartUp Alley CeBIT 2016

    NSW’s best start-ups showcased at CeBIT Australia

    The NSW Government has selected 12 of the state’s most ground-breaking start-up companies to exhibit alongside 100 other emerging firms at CeBIT Australia at Sydney’s International Convention Centre from 23–25 May.

  6. Finnie Awards 2017 logo

    NSW fintech companies figure strongly in Finnies finals

    Nearly 60 finalists have been announced for the inaugural industry-backed Australian fintech awards with NSW-based fintech companies securing more than two thirds of finalist positions.

  7. CeBIT 2016

    International technology leaders to converge on Sydney for CeBIT Australia

    An impressive line-up of technology companies from 34 countries will showcase their innovations at CeBIT Australia, Asia Pacific’s largest business technology event, in Sydney next week.

  8. NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull with Dave Perry, President of Northrop Grumman International, at the announcement

    $50 million investment by Northrop Grumman in Western Sydney

    Global defence and aerospace company Northrop Grumman has announced plans for a $A50 million investment in an advanced defence electronics maintenance and sustainment centre at the Badgerys Creek airport precinct in Western Sydney.

  9. Presenter in front of room

    Eight NSW companies selected for CeBIT Australia PitchFest finals

    Some of NSW's most promising technology startup companies, including Jobs for NSW supported Arludo, have been announced as finalists in CeBIT Australia’s PitchFest, a competition allowing entrepreneurs to give a creative pitch to a panel of successful business owners and technology experts.

  10. Narrabeen Lagoon Photo  Maurice van Creij

    Narrabeen Lagoon State Park set for major expansion

    Narrabeen Lagoon State Park, one of the largest coastal lagoons in Sydney, is set to expand by over 140 hectares following negotiations by the Northern Beaches Council and the NSW Department of Industry – Lands.