The regional Innovation & Collaboration Centre (ICC) at UniSA Whyalla announces the four local startups and small businesses who have won a place in their Venture Catalyst business program. Along with a $10,000 stipend, each business will receive a personalised program that will help them navigate towards building a global and investment-ready business.

Read more here to find out the four successful businesses: Media Release

The Venture Catalyst program includes a $10,000 equity-free stipend to help people with a new business concept, get it off the ground. The six-month program of support is for anyone who has an innovative idea and wants to explore if that idea might make a profitable startup business.

If you are interested in the Venture Catalyst program, which is delivered 100% online during COVID-19 please get in touch. The program offers three categories, general, space and social enterprise. The general category is for anyone with an innovative business idea. The space category is designed for those using space technology or data. Finally, the social enterprise category is for UniSA students and alumni looking to set up a business that benefits community causes.

Those interested in the program can contact Community Program Coordinator, Denni Russell on 08 8302 6001 or