2017 AUSTRALIA POST REGIONAL PITCHFEST PROGRAM of events
Ballarat, VIC - Wednesday 7 June
Canberra, ACT - Friday 16 June
Launceston, TAS - Thursday 22 June
Toowoomba, QLD - Tuesday 27 June
Dubbo, NSW - Wednesday 5 July
Darwin, NT - Friday 14 July
Bunbury, WA - Friday 21 July
McLaren Vale, SA - Friday 28 JulY
Wagga, NSW - National Gala Event - Friday 18 August
PITCH YOUR IDEA live on stage!
Australia Post Regional Pitchfest gives anyone from regional Australia with a BIG INNOVATIVE idea
the chance to pitch to an expert panel in front of a live audience.
For the chance to win a share of $100,000+ in prizes
It's our mission to contribute to the growth of entrepreneurship and innovation in regional Australia.
The Australia Post Regional Pitchfest is a national program of business growth opportunities and experiences for entrepreneurs and small business owners. The 2017 program includes a national pitching competition, networking events, business growth workshops, mentoring sessions, school entrepreneurship program, cash prizes and promotional opportunities. See the supporting events page for more information on each of the programs.
Australia Post is proud to be partnering with Regional Pitchfest, the University of Melbourne’s, Melbourne Accelerator Program (MAP) and a rapidly growing number of regional councils, business organisations and startup communities to deliver the Australia Post Regional Pitchfest program in 2017.
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The latest Australia Post Regional Pitchfest news
It was at the first Regional Pitchfest in Wagga Wagga last year that we first came across the Albury-based sports technology startup 36Tee.com.
On the 29th of June, Australia’s largest inland non-capital city, Wagga Wagga in NSW, will play host to Regional PitchFest, the first ever competition specifically focused on rural-based tech entrepreneurs.
When we think about technology entrepreneurs we’re often thinking of the Silicon Valley staples in turtlenecks and sweatpants,sitting in ergonomic chairs, riding around on company branded bicycles and eating a free, healthy lunch.