Business innovation challenge sparks new collaboration

CSIRO, Western Sydney University and Macquarie University are uniting to deliver the Innovation Districts C19 R&D Challenges (IDC), designed to accelerate businesses working for a better future post-COVID-19. The IDC project is a $3 million …

Everything old is new again?

I’ve been around for a long time in fact I probably qualify as being an old fart. But whilst the degenerative aging process has drawbacks, longevity provides a unique opportunity to review “how things were” …

Conexie dominates as startup of the month

The Conexie team #UrbanFutures2020 have been killing it these past few weeks! Kudos to Matthew Waugh Jake Hannan Sebastian Jacobs. 1) They have been named in the National Finals of the Entrepreneur World Cup 2020 (Top 15 in Australia)! 2) The …

WSU Launch Pad – 2020 April Newsletter

April has been a busy month for us! It marks the first month where all our staff and startups have been working outside of the incubator.  We’re pleased to announce that we’ve now shifted 100% …

Western Sydney reimagined as net-zero city in student challenge

Western Sydney University students have tackled the region’s most critical issue: how to move towards net-zero emissions by 2050 during The City Challenge – a 21C Curiosity Pod set over two days at the University’s Parramatta South …

Landcom and Western Sydney University partner on startup program for the property sector

Landcom and Western Sydney University’s Launch Pad Business Incubator have launched an innovative business program, called Urban Futures, tailored to fast-track property industry startups.   Landcom Executive General Manager Matthew Beggs said the three-month Urban …

‘Clariti’ by Xootro is Officially TGA Approved

‘Clariti’ by Xootro has been included on the Register of Australian Therapeutic Goods! ‘Clariti’ are our in-house developed plant based formulation to be sold in capsule format in a carton of 20. Clariti is taken …
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Launch Pad kicks off The Global Tech Leader Series with the Managing Director of Amazon Web Services APAC

Western Sydney University Launch Pad presents The Global Tech Leader Series featuring Ed Lenta, Managing Director of Amazon Web Services APACAs part of Launch Pad’s focus to transform Western Sydney to an innovation-driven future