Jobs for NSW is
creating opportunities for businesses to thrive
Are you a startup or innovative business looking to grow new jobs? Take our quick pre-assessment quiz to find out how we can help
Sydney Startup Hub
Jobs for NSW is connecting and supporting the NSW startup community with an Australian-first
$2.1m to turbocharge innovation across NSW
The NSW Government has announced a $2.1m investment placing a focus on innovation in regional NSW.
Ready to start?
We provide grants, loans and loan guarantees to help innovative businesses scale and create new jobs in NSW
Take our pre-qualifier quiz to see what support and funding you can apply for
Review the opportunities for businesses at all stages of growth
Start your application. Our team is here to assist you along the way
Once approved, you’ll receive the support you need to help your business scale
GO NSW Equity Fund
Jobs for NSW, in partnership with First State Super and Roc Partners, will invest $150 million in the
GO NSW Equity Fund providing high potential companies with access to suitable equity capital.
The GO NSW Equity Fund enables the NSW Government to recycle public capital in order to grow jobs and support economic renewal right across the state. This is an innovative and sustainable way to support Australian businesses and aligns with NSW’s aspiration to be a leader in innovation.
To find out more about the GO NSW Equity Fund, and if your business is eligible for support, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Find out if you are eligible
We’re Jobs for NSW
A job market that's robust is a good sign that the economy is doing well. We’ve identified industries and sectors with competitive advantages that will help us generate sustainable employment across NSW.
With our support, NSW will help to transform regional communities and make our metropolitan cities world leaders in entrepreneurial activity — the growth engine of new jobs.
Businesses like ours need initiatives like Jobs for NSW to enable us to expand our operations, increase our capacity and generate new job opportunities for people living in regional areas.
GMP CEO, Will Barton
With this funding, we’ll be able to invest in our space sooner rather than later. We can hire staff, make physical improvements, create meetings rooms and run a high-speed fibre optic internet connection.
Haymarket HQ General Manager, Duco van Breemen
The growth of our team has been great and we’ve been able to engage with local talent—from software developers and a chief technology officer with relevant international startup experience, through to our advisory committee
FARMPay Founder, Naomi Stuart
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Deputy Premier and Minister for Small Business, Skills and Regional NSW joined Member for Bathurst to celebrate the opening of Bathurst’s first business startup incubator – ‘Upstairs’.Read more