Innovation & Collaboration Centre
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Providing regional startups with the space to grow

The ICC Whyalla was opened in early 2019 at the University of South Australia's Whyalla Campus underpinned by a grant through the Australian Government's Entrepreneurs’ Programme.

The new innovation hub provides a dynamic pathway for innovative startups to reach their global capacity by providing educational workshops combined with fast gigabit network speeds and injecting expert mentors.

The Whyalla business community will benefit from a suite of training forums led by professionals with a track record of driving a local innovation into an international market. In addition to startup activity the centre will provide support to local businesses looking to grow by providing a hub for their activity, with access to a global network and a series of workshops and other activities to support those businesses.

Venture Catalyst comes to Whyalla

Turn your idea into a business!

Startups located in Whyalla can now apply for our Venture Catalyst program.

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Delivering the tools startups need

The hub delivers a range of programs, events and activities to enthuse the community, nurture startups and help businesses grow globally:

hackathon

Public events

Inspire the local community and nurture business thinking.

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Programs

Programs such as Venture Catalyst which provides structured business advice, co-working support and mentoring to founders.

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Incubator

Develop a healthy and vibrant ecosystem where knowledge and experience can be transferred.

techstars startup weekend

Techstars Startup Weekend

6 — 8 September 2019

Innovation & Collaboration Centre, Whyalla

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Whyalla innovation hub officially opens its doors

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UniSA nurtures Whyalla startups with new innovation hub

UniSA’s Innovation & Collaboration Centre (ICC) has opened a regional base at the University’s Whyalla campus - a new Whyalla innovation hub underpinned by a government grant of $500,000 through the Department of Industry and Skills’ Entrepreneurs’ Programme.

Program supporters

This program received grant funding from the Australian Government; and is supported by the Government of South Australia and the Whyalla City Council.

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whyalla city council

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Contact us

General enquiries

Innovation & Collaboration Centre

iccadmin@unisa.edu.au

(08) 8302 7368

Media contact

Georgia Minarelli

georgia.minarelli@unisa.edu.au

0413 314 726

Region contact

Peter Borda

peter.borda@unisa.edu.au

0476 156 347