Australian Government’s first Landing Pad at RocketSpace

Newsroom247 Staff

RocketSpace

Representative image. Courtesy RocketSpace

San Fransisco: Australian Minister for Trade and Investment, Steven Ciobo, Assistant Minister for Innovation, Wyatt Roy, and Special Envoy for Trade, Andrew Robb, this past weekend officially launched the Australian Government’s first Landing Pad at RocketSpace, a technology campus in San Francisco.

San Fransisco: RocketSpace is the ultimate technology campus in San Francisco exclusively designed to help entrepreneurs, startups and corporate innovation professionals. There are 175+ startups on campus and more than $ 5 billion have been raised by members and alumni with 85+ corporqate partners. Ther RocketSpace website claims: Our campus is a tech startup’s paradise. We don’t just provide office space. We’ve designed the perfect ecosystem that fosters networking, community, and innovation specifically designed to help tech startups to thrive.

The Landing Pad is designed to help Australian entrepreneurs bring their ideas to market and build high-growth and high-return enterprises.

“It will provide Australian tech start-ups with a collaborative workspace, allowing them to pursue international opportunities. The next Atlassian, 99 Designs or Hydrus could be launched from here, ” Ciobo said.

Robb said San Francisco is a global innovation hotspot. “Positioning the Landing Pad within RocketSpace will accelerate access to international business networks, entrepreneurial talent, business development and investors,” Robb said.

RocketSpace has been working with tech startups and corporate innovation professionals since 2011. The company offers a complete suite of services, including office-as-a-service, accelerator-like programming, consulting, and events. Together these create a unique ecosystem for innovation to thrive.

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