You’re invited! Australian Technologies Competition National Finals & Awards Ceremony – 29 October 2019 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground
The Australian Technologies Competition National Finals & Awards Ceremony is coming to Melbourne!
Come and connect, network and be part of Australia’s deep tech ecosystem at two venues within the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Tuesday, 29 October.
The event will include a welcome by the Hon. Minister D’Ambrosio, an entrepreneurs panel, pitches and Q&A by 17 national finalists with the judges and audience, (usually very amusing) interviews with finalists by our awards MC James O’Loghlin, a short speech by Federal Senator Paterson, the national awards presentation across 10 sectors and for Australian Technology Company of the Year and networking with finalists and guests. Tickets include drinks & catering!
Who should attend?
Tech startups, scaleups, innovators, entrepreneurs, accelerator groups, incubators, research agencies, champions of innovation, corporates, trade and commercialisation stakeholders, investors, VCs and all those interested in Australia’s innovation and deep tech ecosystem!
In highlighting Melbourne as Australia’s burgeoning tech centre and Victoria’s international reputation for fostering innovation, both the Victorian government’s Department of Environment, Land, Water & Panning (DEWLP) and Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions (DJPR) are proud sponsors of the 2019 event.
To access details of the event program and purchase tickets, visit: https://www.austechcomp.com/melbourne
As tickets numbers are limited to both the National Pitching & Judging, as well as Awards Ceremony – get in quick!
For more information, visit: www.austechcomp.com or follow @AustTechComp on twitter!
Contact organiser: [email protected]
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