CityIgnite starts in Sydney on October 16

Budding entrepreneurs will be given the chance to see their business dreams become reality at an event bringing together more than 200 business, research and technology people with local startups.
Sponsored by the City of Sydney, CityIgnite is a two-day event to explore smart city solutions through new technologies, data sharing and strategies to support local business people.
 
Lord mayor Clover Moore said the City was committed to creating an environment that nurtures local tech startups and small businesses.
 
“CityIgnite will be a great platform for businesses, researchers and entrepreneurs to see how data and technology can drive decisions about jobs, healthcare and transport for Sydney’s businesses, residents and visitors.
 
“This will showcase tech startups and offer smart city solutions that bridge the gap between government, business, academia and investors.
 
“It's an ideal opportunity to further support the development of a strong entrepreneurial culture that will help us attract and retain talent and retain Sydney’s competitiveness on the global stage.”
 
CityIgnte will take place at Sydney Town Hall from 16 – 17 October as be part of the 10-day startup event Spark Festival, which is also sponsored by the City. 

CityIgnite starts in Sydney on October 16

Budding entrepreneurs will be given the chance to see their business dreams become reality at an event bringing together more than 200 business, research and technology people with local startups.
Sponsored by the City of Sydney, CityIgnite is a two-day event to explore smart city solutions through new technologies, data sharing and strategies to support local business people.
 
Lord mayor Clover Moore said the City was committed to creating an environment that nurtures local tech startups and small businesses.
 
“CityIgnite will be a great platform for businesses, researchers and entrepreneurs to see how data and technology can drive decisions about jobs, healthcare and transport for Sydney’s businesses, residents and visitors.
 
“This will showcase tech startups and offer smart city solutions that bridge the gap between government, business, academia and investors.
 
“It's an ideal opportunity to further support the development of a strong entrepreneurial culture that will help us attract and retain talent and retain Sydney’s competitiveness on the global stage.”
 
CityIgnte will take place at Sydney Town Hall from 16 – 17 October as be part of the 10-day startup event Spark Festival, which is also sponsored by the City.