CeBIT Australia hosts NSW stand
CeBIT Australia will include a stand for the NSW Government, which will feature the innovations on offer across the state.
The government plans to showcase the diversity of NSW’s technology sector, while promoting its support for innovative start-ups and fast-growing SMES.
The NSW stand will have on display unique technologies and services from across the state’s education, agriculture, logistics, events, recruitment, traffic management and university sectors as well as information on government support services.
As well as seven innovative companies, teams from the Department of Industry; Department of Finance, Services and Innovation; and Destination NSW will be available on the stand.
The NSW Government-backed Jobs for NSW will also be on the stand to promote its range of support for start-ups and fast-growing SMEs.
Twelve of the state’s best start-ups supported by Jobs for NSW will be on display in the StartUp Zone at CeBIT.
With 34 countries represented across exhibitors and delegates at CeBIT as well as seven international pavilions, NSW will be promoted globally as Australia’s leading technology business investment and tourism destination.
CeBIT Australia is the Asia Pacific’s biggest business-to-business technology exhibition and conference. It will attract more than 15,000 global technology professionals across industry, SMEs, government and start-up sectors.
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