Industry sector news

  1. Airplane over city lights at night

    A fresh look at trade opportunities for NSW

    Read the latest news on investment opportunities and projects in New South Wales.

  2. Katherine McConnell 2018 Outstanding Fintech Leader of the Year, 2018 Finnie Awards

    NSW startups dominate at Australia’s Fintech Awards

    Read the latest news on investment opportunities and projects in New South Wales.

  3. ASEAN tech

    ASEAN Tech Challenge

    NSW and other Australian startups were put through their paces by leading ASEAN investors this month for a shot at securing key investment into their business and a trip to Malaysia.

  4. TAFE NSW strengthens pathways to naval shipbuilding jobs

    NSW Minister for Skills and Tertiary Education Geoff Lee announced that TAFE NSW had signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Naval Shipbuilding College on Wednesday July 3.

  5. F/A-18 Hornet

    NSW aerospace capabilities showcased at Avalon

    Fourteen of NSW’s leading aerospace and defence companies and organisations are being showcased to a global industry audience this week at Avalon 2019.

  6. NSW leads on regional startup innovation

    NSW leads on regional startup innovation

    The NSW Government’s work to boost innovation in regional areas through Jobs for NSW has been recognised in a new report from StartupAUS.

  7. Parliamentary Secretary Scot MacDonald opening the facility with co-founders  Danielle Minnebo and Natashja Jirwander

    New food production facility to create 27 jobs

    When nutritionist Danielle Minnebo co-founded health food company Food to Nourish she had three products and made them in the kitchen of her granny-flat.

  8. Stephen Scheeler

    Revamped CEBIT Australia enlists former Australia and New Zealand Facebook Chief

    Hannover Fairs Australia has recruited former Australia and New Zealand Facebook CEO Stephen Scheeler as the new chairman of CEBIT Australia.

  9. Tap drinking water

    Boost program helps develop new alloy to solve lead problem in drinking water

    Material scientists at the University of NSW (UNSW) have come up with a lead-free brass alloy to replace traditional plumbing brass materials that have been shown to leach lead into drinking water following a research project assisted by the NSW Government's Boosting Business Innovation Program.

  10. Cyber battle participants

    Backing the cyber security industry for the future

    The NSW Government has launched the first Cyber Security Industry Development Strategy to boost the sector worth more than $2 billion nationally.