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.
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.
Applications are still being considered for the next eight-week Incubator program beginning in February but places are limited. 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.