- New program to support global companies expanding into Western Australia
- Startup ecosystem supporter Spacecubed launches Perth Landing Pad
A new platform has been launched to assist startups looking to invest and grow in Western Australia.
At the launch of West Tech Fest 2022, Innovation and ICT Minister Stephen Dawson commended Spacecubed and the City of Perth for their collaboration in bringing the Perth Landing Pad to fruition.
Perth Landing Pad is co-funded by the McGowan Government through the Department of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Innovation, and the City of Perth.
The program is designed to attract high-growth startups from around the world to Perth, supporting them to grow and scale up their businesses in WA.
Perth Landing Pad will enable technology companies to experience 90 days in WA through a guided program, with access to mentoring, local business connections, co-working and community spaces, and guidance on long-term residency.
The program will build on Perth's profile as a destination of choice for innovation and investment, while simultaneously providing WA businesses with a pathway into global markets.
Expressions of interest for Perth Landing Pad are now open. For more information, visit: https://hello.spacecubed.com/perth-landing-pad
Comments attributed to State Development, Jobs and Trade Minister Roger Cook:
"The WA Government is proud to support this homegrown initiative, led by Spacecubed.
"Perth Landing Pad has the potential to attract new businesses and investment to Perth, creating a pipeline of growth businesses and sustainable, high-value jobs here in WA.
"The program will allow global businesses to tap into entrepreneurial support services here in Perth, and act as a gateway for WA businesses to connect with international partners."
Comments attributed to Innovation and ICT Minister Stephen Dawson:
"Congratulations to Spacecubed on launching the Perth Landing Pad program and continuing to play a key role in enabling our local innovation sector to succeed.
"Perth Landing Pad is an exciting opportunity for Western Australia to attract new talent, establish new companies, and create local jobs that will diversify our economy.
"The McGowan Government is committed to supporting collaboration, attracting investors, and strengthening our start-up community."
State Development, Jobs and Trade Minister's office - 6552 6500
Innovation and ICT Minister's office - 6552 6800