Announcing 2018 SPURonWA grant winners
Image L-R: Andrew Malcolm and Nathan Turner of SpecTerra Services Pty Ltd; Maria Trigueiro and Barkley Day of BD Water Services; Russell Scott of Cognetic Technologies Pty Ltd; Rhys Haines of Sequor Analytics; Tim Lyons SPUR; Tobias Green of Sequor Analytics; Natalie Marinho of Voyant AR; Neil Prentice of Soar Australia; Peter Markham GM SPUR; Dan Anderson of Soar Australia; Ankur Sharda of Tuggl Pty Ltd; Justin Van Didden SPUR; Rod Nowrojee SPUR
SPUR powered by Landgate is excited to announce the recipients of the third round of the SPURonWA grant program:
The 2018 SPURonWA grant cohort spans six business sectors from agriculture to IT and addressing issues ranging from water trading to super-mapping. They join our strong team of 16 existing SPURonWA grants winners. Read our success stories.
From a highly competitive field of applications from WA entrepreneurs and innovators, the eight projects were selected for their potential to meet SPUR objectives:
- reduce operating costs of government and industry
- improve government service delivery to benefit the community
- help develop and grow successful local business enterprises that will contribute to the WA economy.
SPURonWA grants are just one way that Landgate assists the development of new Western Australian businesses. Since launching in 2016, SPUR has collaborated with more than 150 WA start-ups, researchers and government agencies on new innovations that accelerate economic development in the digital economy.
SPUR provides a range of support services to WA based location technology businesses and the public sector through improved access to data, expertise and co-working space. Contact the SPUR team via firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more information.
The SPUR team, with assistance from Landgate hub partners, is looking forward to working with this new group of innovative businesses to accelerate their journey. Congratulations to the winners!