The latest from Jobs for NSW
Sydney startup Perx received a $25,000 Minimum Viable Product grant to develop its technology and are now trialling commercially with a $100,000 Building Partnerships grant.
Binary Beer is in a prime position to tap into the global brewing industry with a new system that tracks and monitors beer kegs.
The quality of cancer treatment could improve worldwide thanks to technology developed by a Sydney startup company, Opus Medical, with support from the NSW Government-backed Jobs for NSW.
The NSW Government-backed Jobs for NSW is assisting award-winning digital agency AFK to grow its Australian software development team and expand its innovation lab with a $300,000 loan.
Sydney company Inspace XR is taking the real estate world by storm through technology developed with help from a Minimum Viable Product grant.
Wollongong company Alpha Vet Tech is aiming to revolutionise the global animal health and performance industries after developing lifesaving wearable devices.
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