Our mission

Startup Tasmania exists to promote and support startup businesses across the state. We're an intelligent, dedicated group determined to build a strong future through invention and innovation.

Startup?

Yup! Our focus is on businesses with plans to rapidly scale their offering. It doesn't matter if you're product or service based, how long you've been operating or which industry you associate with - what matters is your potential.

If you're opening a small retail shopfront to keep you busy until retirement, we're not much use to you. But, if your plan is to disrupt your industry by introducing some new-fangled way of operating said small retail shopfront, leading to an international franchise, we're all over that game.

Awesome! How do I get involved?

We're glad you asked! You could become a financial member or sponsor, volunteer your time or attend one of our events.  

Stay in touch with Tasmania's startup scene

All our latest news, discussion, comment and notifications are in the Startup Tasmania blog - get into it, make your feelings known, have your say. Anytime!

Latest posts

 

2014 TASMANIAN ICT INDUSTRY AWARDS - nominations now open. The Tasmanian ICT Awards is again celebrating Tasmania's finest business talent and achievements in the ICT sector. The awards offer nominees the opportunity to gain recognition within their industry as well as promote themselves and the businesses they represent.  

Startup Spring Bootcamp, Tasmania's premier startup workshop and mentoring event has attracted rich program of speakers and topics for this year's event. Startup Bootcamp is a training workshop for startups featuring presentations by leading startup advisers and supporters followed by a pitch night with a panel of startup experts. The...

The National Innovation Challenge is on again, and in contention is a team led by Paulo de Souza, of the CSIRO, which has designed technology to microchip honeybees to track them as part of the international effort to solve the mystery of the collapse of the insects’ populations worldwide. 

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