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India and NSW Partnership Worth $1.6 Million to Create the Smart Jobs of the Future

Premier Gladys Berejiklian who is in India on a trade mission visit, envisions that the partnership will help strengthen the State’s startup, technology, and advanced manufacturing sectors alongside create tech jobs for future.

Premier Gladys BerejiklianPremier Gladys Berejiklian today announced a two-year $1.58 million partnership between NSW and India to enhance the State’s startup, technology, and advanced manufacturing sectors.

Ms. Berejiklian made the announcement in Mumbai at accelerator Zone Startups and said it will allow NSW entrepreneurs and technology businesses access to new markets, talent and knowledge.

The funds will be used to send NSW young entrepreneurs and startups to India to learn from the country’s best and brightest, to support commercial connections between startups in NSW and India and on fostering collaboration on advanced technology projects.

“NSW is Australia’s startup and technology capital and this partnership will ensure our industries grow alongside one of the world’s most dynamic technology markets,” Ms Berejiklian said, “Our state is home to 44 percent of the nation’s startup founders and 40 percent of the Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) industry. This important partnership will allow us to learn from India’s best and brightest so that we can create the smart jobs of the future.

“This partnership will provide NSW businesses with incredible access to some of the best entrepreneurs and technology experts in the world and I look forward to seeing the results over the next two years.”

The Premier is in India on a trade mission visiting Mumbai and New Delhi between April 16 and 19.

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