Charles Sturt University
Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation

AgriTech Incubator gathers momentum

The AgriTech Incubator at Charles Sturt University (CSU) is providing new opportunity for Riverina start-up businesses to workshop ideas, hone business models and develop new skills.

The AgriTech Incubator also hosted the NSW Parliamentary Committee on Investment, Industry and Regional Development, who visited the region as part of the inquiry into support for start-ups in regional areas.Officially launched in September, the AgriTech Incubator provides co-working space and runs tailored Incubator programs, where businesses can tap into the expertise of CSU academics and business mentors.

You can apply now to be part of an eight-week Incubator program beginning in February.

There are limited spaces and applications close on Wednesday 15 December. Apply here.

Located at building 6 at CSU in Wagga Wagga, The AgriTech Incubator is also now available to be used as a co-working and meeting space.

The AgriTech Incubator has been funded by a grant from the Boosting Business Innovation program of the NSW Department of Industry, supported by additional funding from CSU.

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