Australian Technologies Competition


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The Australian Technologies Competition is Australia’s premier deep tech Competition and late-stage accelerator in support of homegrown scaleups with global potential.

We to invite you to register to attend the Compeitition Launch Webinar on 6 April 2021 starting 4pm.  The webinar will introduce the Competition, as well as feature first-hand experiences from past winners from the state of Victoria – such as medtech device company LiVac and circular economy game-changer, Aspire.

The Competition supports innovative scaleups in energy, circular economy, smart cities, manufacturing, food & agtech, disaster & emergency management, cyber security, mining, space and global social impact.

We know that Victoria is home to some of Australia’s most promising innovators with deep tech that are ready to scale globally.  This is their opportunity to showcase and road test their business model through three-rounds of judging over a six-month period.

Please join us and fellow Victorian stakeholders from the startup and scaleup community as we help celebrate the launch of this year’s Australian Technologies Competition – a national event in support of homegrown deep tech!

Food & Agribusiness Category

The Food & Agribusiness sector is an important part of the Australian economy and makes a significant contribution to the economies of regional areas through employment, business and service opportunities.  Australia’s Food & Agribusiness sector includes food-related agricultural production, food processing and the major inputs to these activities.  It can be divided into two subsectors:

  • food products including all processing and beverage manufacturing, as well as key inputs to the sub-sector; and
  • agribusiness including all agriculture that relates directly to food production as well as key inputs to the subsector.
  • The Food & Agribusiness sector also relates to technology applied to water management, water saving and re-use projects.

Learn more here.

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