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Meet Enrol AI Co-founders, Matthew Dell (left) & Nuwan Munasinghe (right)
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Nuwan Munasinghe, Co-founder of Enrol AI Shares His Launch Pad Accelerator Experience

The Story of Nuwan Munasinghe Nuwan is a PhD student in research funded by the AU Government (IMCRC) and industry to apply Advanced Manufacturing techniques to the mining industry. He is the Co-founder and CTO of EdTech startup Enrol AI, which is part of the AU Government-funded startup accelerator program.  Nuwan came into the SydWest Accelerator Program (Launch Pad Ignition 2021) with an expectation to get an opportunity to network with like-minded people and get

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David Palacios, Co-founder of KartaSoft Shares His Launch Pad Accelerator Experience

The Story of David David had never joined an accelerator program before coming to Launch Pad as part of SydWest Accelerator Program’s 2021 cohort. “So I came into it with an open mind and was not really expecting much,” said David. He was eager to learn, and eager to meet other founders as himself. “The thing that surprised me the most about the program was just how friendly and open everyone was, from the other

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Megna Murali, Founder of Convert Dial Shares Her Launch Pad Accelerator Experience

For Megna, this 6-month program dispelled the myth that successful startups are all about that beautiful product. “Without product-market fit, it doesn’t matter how sleek your app is, or how beautiful your product is. It won’t be successful,” she further elaborated. “If you have product-market fit, even that imperfect product can be successful.”

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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 Futures accelerator will not only catalyse innovation within the property industry, but will also support Landcom and Western Sydney University’s shared priority of enhancing urban living in Western Sydney and Australia.   “We are proud to partner with Western Sydney

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India opportunity for NSW advanced manufacturing SMEs and startups

Up to eight advanced manufacturing SMEs and startups from across the State are being offered a major business development opportunity in India under the NSW-India Advanced Manufacturing Trade Mission, a joint initiative by the NSW Government and Western Sydney University. Ms Kylie Bell,Executive Director, Trade and Investment at NSW Treasury said “India is fast emerging as an economic powerhouse, a significant consumer market and a global innovator. Building better links between our manufacturing ecosystems and

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