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Industry, Startups - Monday, February 17, 2014 14:49 - 8 Comments
news South Australia’s Liberal Party has vowed to make Adelaide “the startup capital of Australia” if it wins the upcoming state election, promising to plough some $500,000 into a startup week and committing to a slew of other initiatives that would help alleviate what the party described as the state’s “devastating brain drain” crisis.
The SA Liberals issued a statement last week noting that if elected, a Liberal Government led by Steven Marshall would establish a $500,000 fund over its first term to establish Adelaide StartUp Week, which it said would expand and grow the SouthStart startup conference into “the premier startup event in Australia”, attracting high level international speakers.
The money would be used, according to the statement to allow the industry to put on a week-long program of startup and entrepreneurial focused events; attract new investors, grow existing talent and foster collaborations; and provide greater support for young entrepreneurs to turn their ideas into viable startup businesses and grow them in SA. Continue…
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