152HQ become ‘Digital Champions’
iAccelerate resident company 152HQ have been selected as a Corporate Partner for the Australian Government Department of Jobs and Small Business, Small Business Digital Champions program.
Designed to help Australian Small Businesses unlock the potential of technology to revolutionise their business, the Small Business Digital Champions program will see 100 businesses receive government funding, mentoring, digital services and product support. The program is designed to promote new ways of thinking, operating and embracing digital technologies.
“We are very excited to be part of such a great initiative. The Small Business Digital Champions program is a great platform, which is certainly in line with 152HQ’s core value of making great tech accessible,” says Karen Parker, CEO and co-founder.
“The buzz in the room at the NSW launch was electric. While not everyone’s digital journey has been mapped out yet, the business owners I met with were all very keen to get started.“
152HQ joins other corporate partners including Deloitte, Facebook, Xero, Deputy and Cannon to help deliver exceptional value to the selected small businesses.
“With the program running over 12 months 152HQ is looking forward to bringing our startup agility and the QicForms Platform to the program, to help digitally transform small businesses across Australia.”
For further information regarding the Small Business Digital Champions program please visit https://www.jobs.gov.au/digital-champions
152HQ transforms businesses through digitalisation. We are a nationally recognised team that is passionate about implementing digital systems that not only improve business efficiencies but also disrupt how people perceive IT projects.
152HQ services range from assisting startups with their MVP’s through to transforming major Australian companies from paper to digital. We also have a wide range of successful in-house SaaS software products.
Learn more about 152HQ here.