The Australian technology start-up scene is thriving, due in part to tax incentives for early-stage investors being introduced last year, as well as the $1.1 billion National Innovation and Science Agenda launched by the Turnbull government in December, which aims to help innovators gain funding to make their ideas a reality.
At CeBIT, we have the pleasure of experiencing this thriving scene first-hand. Each year, start-ups go head to head in our PitchFest, one of Australia’s leading top entrepreneurial competitions, and many of the winners, such as Mathspace and NetHealth, have gone on to great success.
In this fertile landscape, innovative companies are constantly coming to the fore. Here are 3 Aussie technology start-ups to watch in the coming months.