iAccelerate Newsletter
17
May

iAccelerate Newsletter

[box]#feb026[/box]For all the latest news from iAccelerate and the iAccelerate Centre, view the current iAccelerate Newsletter and past issues.

iAccelerate residents Easy Agile
16
May

Easy Agile and how the rebrand came about

iAccelerate residents Easy Agile makes software that helps teams using Atlassian software. Kanban Workflow, Scrum Workflow, User Story Maps, Product Roadmaps – Easy Agile products help teams to get up and running quickly and deliver quality results.

iAccelerate residents Enware
11
May

Enware head to Europe to explore market opportunities for Smart Flow

iAccelerate residents Jason Hinds and Adam Degnan from Enware travelled to Europe in March to explore market opportunities for their new Smart Flow business.

iAccelerate resident Aussie Books for Zim
11
May

What’s next for the team at Aussie Books for Zim?

Around 200 kilometres from the Zimbabwean capital, Harare, lies a village with no running water or electricity, but that is now 30,000 books richer thanks to iAccelerate resident Dr Alfred Chidembo and his organisation, Aussie Books for Zim.

Binary Beer iAccelerate
11
May

Binary Beer engage UOW students for local brewery trial

iAccelerate residents Binary Beer (formerly Digital Home Brew) have engaged five CSIT321 students from UOW for their final year team project.

04
May

In the Media: The Wollongong legacy: How 3D printing can support traditional manufacturing

iAccelerate Advanced residents Me3D feature in Manufacturers’ Monthly discussing the importance 3D printing offers to the manufacturing industry and how areas like Wollongong are uniquely placed and already primed to aid emerging industries.

iAccelerate residents Ingeteam Solar Farm
03
May

iAccelerate residents Ingeteam involved in inauguration for one of Australia’s largest photovoltaic plants

One of the largest PV plants in Australia, the Moree Solar Farm, has been now inaugurated, with a rated power of 56 MWac (70 MWp). This project has been the first utility-scale solar plant in the country to be equipped with a system that allows the PV panels to follow the path of the sun, from east to west.

24
Apr

In the Media: Sons of Atlassian - Easy Agile

The Deal Magazine in The Australian recently published a great article about iAccelerate advanced company Easy Agile. "Piggybacking on Atlassian’s rapid growth, they now have more than 570 paying customers – including BMW, Twitter, Cisco, NetApp, Deloitte, Johns Hopkins University, Veolia, Dimension Data, Bloomberg, Johnson & Johnson and Bosch."

10
Apr

Planet Footprint Walks For Water!

In celebration of World Water Day, iAccelerate residents Planet Footprint hit the trails for a 10km hike in Wollongong to raise money for WaterAid's Water Challenge 2017.

10
Apr

UIIN Magazine: iAccelerate, a case study of university led regional innovation

iAccelerate recently featured in the official magazine of the University Industry Innovation Network (UIIN). 

"Starting successfully with the University of Wollongong’s iAccelerate"

Aussie Books for Zim
03
Apr

Aussie Books for Zim delivers 30,000 books to Zimbabwe

iAccelerate's resident social enterprise Aussie Books for Zim have just reached a major milestone in their bid to promote education and improve literacy in the remote rural communities of Zimbabwe. 30,000 books - 12 tonnes of educational material to children - has just landed in Zimbabwe, destined for not one but six disadvantaged schools that currently don’t have books or libraries.

29
Mar

Wollongong ‘Grow with nbn’ winner announced

Wollongong not-for-profit and iAccelerate Start resident company, Living Connected, has been recognised for its outstanding use of connectivity as part of the 2017 Grow with nbn grants program.

22
Mar

On the rise! iAccelerate residents creating local jobs

It has been a busy start to the year for iAccelerate resident companies with a series of new hires in the iAccelerate Centre recently announced. Companies including Planet Footprint, GeoInteractive, MiNumus, 152Hq and Easy Agile (formerly Arijea) have all created new jobs in the Illawarra in the first quarter of 2017. 

21
Mar

Nine businesses accepted into iAccelerate's first intake of 2017

iAccelerate have announced nine new companies have been successful in the latest iAccelerate intake round. The diverse group of innovative companies officially started at iAccelerate on Monday 20th March. 

iAccelerate resident company Tracka
21
Mar

Tracka - helping construction & building companies control projects

iAccelerate Advanced resident company 152HQ have recently launched their brand new Tracka website and are in the final stages of development of their marketing outreach to the private developer construction industry.

SOOMA iAccelerate
16
Mar

SOOMA accepted into Cicada Medical Device Commercialisation Training Program

iAccelerate resident company SOOMA has been accepted into the 2017 Medical Device Commercialisation Training Program (MDCTP) run by Cicada Innovations as one of the top 16 medical projects across NSW. 

Binary Beer iAccelerate
16
Mar

Binary Beer accepted into 4 month MassChallenge accelerator

Since iAccelerate residents Binary Beer (formerly Digital Home Brew) were shortlisted in the top 10 startups to represent Australia at the Mass Challenge in Boston for a 5 Day bootcamp, they have now progressed to the next round to compete for a share of a $3M prize pool. 

iAccelerate Advanced company Win Win Parenting
15
Mar

Win Win Parenting secure large contract with DTC

Davidson Trahaire Corpsych (DTC) have just announced a new partnership with iAccelerate Advanced company Win Win Parenting

Tor Gerde iAccelerate
09
Mar

Story from a founder: How I turned my prototype into a real product

iAccelerate resident Tor Gerde recently published an insightful piece about the origins of his company MojoElectro, discussing his process of developing “The MojoFirecharger” making access to limited electricity at every corner of the world a reality.

iAccelerate resident Polygon Door
08
Mar

Pablo the Robot Draws Warilla High Students Into High-Tech Future

A locally-developed robot called Pablo, by iAccelerate residents Polygon Door, will see Warilla High School students explore creativity and technology in an exciting new program to run at the school in 2017.