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Venture Catalyst Space alumni raises $1.3million to continue powering-up renewable energy

Venture Catalyst Space alumni raises $1.3million to continue powering-up renewable energy

14 July 2020

Australian tech startup, Ping Services, today announced a $1.3 million seed funding round and major investors including Artesian Clean Energy Seed Fund. The company was one of the first five startups accepted into the inaugural Venture Catalyst Space program at the Innovation & Collaboration Centre...

Local startups accepted into Venture Catalyst program to kick-start global ventures

Local startups accepted into Venture Catalyst program to kick-start global ventures

26 June 2020

The Innovation & Collaboration Centre at UniSA today announced the seven local startups who will take part in the Venture Catalyst incubator program in 2020 after a record number of applications.

Local startups accepted into regional Venture Catalyst program to kick-start global ventures

Local startups accepted into regional Venture Catalyst program to kick-start global ventures

10 June 2020

The regional Innovation & Collaboration Centre at UniSA Whyalla today announced the four local startups and small businesses that have won a place in the Venture Catalyst business support program.

Local startups receive funding through RCSF Fund

Local startups receive funding through RCSF Fund

23 April 2020

Five local startup and early stage companies have received significant funding through the Government’s Research, Commercialisation and Startup Fund (RCSF), four of which have been supported by the Innovation & Collaboration Centre during their startup journey.

Media Release: UniSA’s Venture Catalyst ensuring startups don’t stop

Media Release: UniSA’s Venture Catalyst ensuring startups don’t stop

16 April 2020

Applications are open until the end of April for the Venture Catalyst program which helps support and grow startup businesses, with the program now transitioned to online delivery for accepted startups around the world.

Media Release: UniSA offering $10k to develop new business ideas in regional SA

Media Release: UniSA offering $10k to develop new business ideas in regional SA

1 April 2020

The Innovation & Collaboration Centre (ICC) at UniSA’s Whyalla campus is seeking applications for their Venture Catalyst program that includes a $10,000 equity-free stipend to help people with a new business concept, get it off the ground.

Blog: Supporting startups today

Blog: Supporting startups today

31 March 2020

Author - Terry Gold Innovation & Collaboration Centre's Entrepreneur in Residence, Terry Gold shares his thoughts on what we can all do to support startups today.

Home-grown aerial mapping and intelligence system provides crucial support to fire recovery on Kangaroo Island

Home-grown aerial mapping and intelligence system provides crucial support to fire recovery on Kangaroo Island

11 February 2020

Real-time maps of the Kangaroo Island fire-front created using innovative new technologies developed by SA company FireFlight and deployed in support of the Australian Army have been a boon to relief and recovery operations’ teams on the ground in KI.

Farmers2Founders’s first SA workshop of 2020 to kick off in Eyre Peninsula

Farmers2Founders’s first SA workshop of 2020 to kick off in Eyre Peninsula

10 February 2020

After a successful debut year in 2019, Farmers2Founders (F2F) is back, this time in South Australia, running workshops linking primary producers to innovation and technology experts.

Australia’s first space incubator seeks global applicants for 2020 program

Australia’s first space incubator seeks global applicants for 2020 program

4 February 2020

The University of South Australia’s Innovation & Collaboration Centre (ICC) is now accepting applications for its 2020 Venture Catalyst Space program. As Australia’s first space incubator, the program forms part of the state government’s $4 million Space Innovation Fund which is delivered by global...

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