iAccelerate is a busines incubator designed to support UOW students, staff and the greater Illawarra Community. We are building a successful innovative economy for the future of the region.
New CEO to drive innovation ‘engine room’
[box]#24b5fe[/box]The University of Wollongong’s (UOW) continued growth as catalyst for regional economic change through innovation will be guided by Omar Khalifa, a well-known entrepreneur who has worked in sectors that range from aerospace engineering to children’s charities.
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[box]#F94D00[/box]The iAccelerate Centre, the region's first purpose-built business incubator, providing a permanent home for 280+ startup companies officially opens in July 2016.
iAccelerate’s International Symposium on Regional Innovation Ecosystems
[box]#FF6700[/box]The University of Wollongong and iAccelerate will be hosting an International Symposium on Innovation Ecosystems with a focus on Regional and University Centred Ecosystems. The Symposium aims to bring together thought leaders in the development of regional innovation ecosystems from around the globe.
iAccelerate Entrepreneurial Women's Breakfast Series - Munya Andrews
Free Event - All Welcome
Thursday 14th July, 7.30am
Social Status receive Accelerating Commercialisation funding
[box]#F94D00[/box]iAccelerate Start resident companySocial Status is among the latest innovations to receive commercialisation assistance through the Australian Government’s Entrepreneurs’ Programme.
Meet the iAccelerate Resident companies
[box]#FF8C00[/box]Learn more about the entrepreneurs that are working on diverse innovations in the Illawarra.
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How Wollongong’s iAccelerate stopped ‘paying lip service’ to women entrepreneurs and closed in on 50/50
[box]#F94D00[/box]The University of Wollongong’s iAccelerate program has achieved a significant milestone in gender equity - nearly half its current start-ups have at least one female co-founder.
University of Wollongong launches $10m seed fund to support Australian innovation
[box]#F94D00[/box]The University of Wollongong’s iAccelerate initiative has today launched its $10 million seed fund. The seed fund will enable a raft of Australian early and advanced startups to grow and thrive.
iAccelerate Learning Sessions & Workshops
[box]#009933[/box]Enhance your entrepreneurial skills and attend a free iAccelerate Educate Learning Session across core topic areas.