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  1. Minister for Trade and Industry Niall Blair with representatives of NSW companies showcased on the NSW Government stand at CeBIT 2018.

    Minister Blair supports entrepreneurs of tomorrow at CeBIT Australia

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  2. Nicola Penfolds UK Department for International Trade talking to NSW exhibitors at CeBIT 2018

    UK technology delegation visits NSW stand at CeBIT

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  3. Patrick Flanagan, Business Development and Chris McInnes, Marketing Manager, Design + Industry on the NSW Stand at CeBIT 2018

    From Titanic director James Cameron’s sub, to Heston Blumenthal’s BBQ, NSW tech design company D+I does it all

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  4. Entrepreneur HQ at CeBIT 2018

    NSW companies roll out smarts at CeBIT Australia

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  5. 2017 Finnie Awards winners

    Finalists announced for Finnies fintech awards

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  6. Startup Xpress CeBIT 2018

    ‘Startup Xpress’ visits CeBIT Australia

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  7. NSW Stand CeBIT 2018

    World's technology leaders hit Sydney for CeBIT 2018

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  8. Mike Cannon-Brookes Atlassian Code Lab CeBIT 2018

    Atlassian's Mike Cannon-Brookes leads coding lab at CeBIT

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  9. Adrian Cohen Concussionmeter CeBIT 2018

    International Convention Centre buzzes on first day of CeBIT

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  10. The regional NSW town of Bathurst

    Regional startups get $2.1 million boost

    Seven locations across regional NSW have been selected to be sites for a $2.1 million Local Innovation Network to support local entrepreneurs to grow and create new jobs across our regions.