The Sydney Startup Hub
Officially opened in February 2018, the Sydney Startup Hub is a bold, ambitious move by government to support innovation, strengthen the startup community and grow new sustainable high-value jobs in NSW.
The Sydney Startup Hub is the first of its kind in Australia and will be unmatched in the southern hemisphere in terms of its size and density.
About the Sydney Startup Hub
Located at 11-31 York Street in Sydney’s CBD, the Sydney Startup Hub brings together startups, incubators, accelerators and investors in a high-density startup cluster. With more than 17,000sqm of space it accommodates up to 2,500 people over 11 floors.
There are three main objectives for the Sydney Startup Hub:
- create jobs
- increase the diversity of the NSW startup community, with more startups from regional NSW and non-ICT industries
- grow the size and strength of the Sydney ecosystem.
The Sydney Startup Hub will connect the entire NSW startup community and enable entrepreneurs to more easily tap into skills, ideas, networks and investment.
The community and events space located on level one will be the Sydney Startup Hub’s central point. With a program to be designed in collaboration with the Sydney Startup Hub’s residents and wider startup ecosystem, it will host a range of industry-related events.
Supporting regional entrepreneurs is a priority for Jobs for NSW and we recognise they are essential to the growth of their local communities. The Sydney Startup Hub features a dedicated Regional Landing Pad, with infrastructure to enable regional organisations to connect with the wider startup ecosystem and be part of the Sydney Startup Hub (either remotely or physically).
Read more about the Sydney Startup Hub
- Visit the Sydney Startup Hub website sydneystartuphub.com
- Read the media release - Microsoft moves into Sydney’s new Startup Hub
- Download the Sydney Startup Hub fact sheet
- Download the Regional Landing Pad fact sheet
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