March 3, 2021

The latest Innovation news in western Sydney

Funding

Helping Start-up Businesses Grow in Western Sydney

  The Morrison Government is backing tech start-ups in Western Sydney to grow and create jobs, with $250,000 for a new hub at Western Sydney University.  The ‘Startup SydWest-Global Connections’ accelerator program has a specific focus on supporting first generation, migrant and refugee tech start-ups in the area.  Federal Member for Lindsay Melissa McIntosh said the funding would help local businesses get the information and skills they need to commercialise and scale their business ideas. 

Case Study

WSU student redesigns PropTech Startup, Anility’s logo through the award-winning studio, RabbitHole

Through the Urban Futures Accelerator program, Anility, a startup that’s developed a suite of powerful new tools designed to protect construction projects from contractor risk, has rebranded with Western Sydney University design student’s support. The new design incorporates Anility’s core qualities. The two arcs coming together like hands symbolise trust while also forming a checkbox that suggests a tick of approval. The shape of the logo itself acts as a shield, demonstrating Anility’s role in

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