2018

The latest Innovation news in western Sydney

Western Sydney to grow Advanced tech Start-us with new University Accelerator Program

On 14 September, two inspiring start-up founders, Faith Foster and Roman Teslyuk, shared their exceptional entrepreneurship journey at the official launch event of Western Sydney University’s StartUp SydWest accelerator program. Faith Foster, whose online transformation collaboration business was run through a Microsoft Incubator in the UK, noted the imperative of creating solutions that benefit customers. “In an early-stage company, if you are not meeting a customer need you don’t have a business,” she said. Roman

Western Sydney attracts advanced-tech Start-ups for year-long accelerator program

The official launch event of the Western Sydney University “StartUp SydWest” Accelerator program on 14 September heard from two inspiring Start-Up Founders about their entrepreneurship Journey at the University’s Launch Pad Business Incubator Centre in Parramatta. Faith Foster, who ran an online transformation collaboration business through a Microsoft Incubator whilst in the UK and Roman Teslyuk, a current Launch Pad member who is a Geologist and founder of “Earth AI”, an artificial intelligence company working

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Funding boost to Western Sydney University Launch Pad program

The NSW Government has provided Western Sydney University (WSU) funding of $1 million to support greater collaboration between the University and key business sectors, Minister for Industry, Resources and Energy, Anthony Roberts, announced today. Mr Roberts said the funding was to help drive greater innovation and collaboration between researchers, small-to-medium enterprises (SME’s) and startups. “Western Sydney is a manufacturing and innovation powerhouse, it’s a $100 billion economy, Australia’s third biggest economic force after Sydney and

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