We are excited to announce that our application under the Incubator Support Initiative has been successful. We celebrated this achievement with Nicolle Flint MP Federal Member for Boothby SA (www.nicolleflint.com).
"A $500,000 grant will help incubator Innovyz Institute to identify and select advanced materials innovations and researchers from Australian universities and research organisations to take part in a structured entrepreneurship and commercialisation training program."
“Innovation incubators are helping to build the skills, knowledge, confidence and networks of Australian entrepreneurs, founders and researchers, ensuring they have the best chance of international success, and putting Australia on the map as an innovation nation,” Minister Cash said.
More info: https://ministers.jobs.gov.au/cash/incubator-support-help-build-globally-competitive-businesses
If you wish to apply for our Advanced Materials Program, you can do so here: https://www.innovyz.com/programs
Member for Boothby, Nicole Flint MP
Co-Founder of Innovyz, Brett Jackson
General Manager of Innovyz, Tom Kenyon