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Announcing the Finalists of the Australian Technologies Competition 2023

Updated: Aug 30, 2023

We are thrilled to announce the finalists of the prestigious Australian Technologies Competition, brought to you by Scalare Partners. After an intense review and selection process by the judging panel, we are excited to showcase the innovative and groundbreaking technologies that are primed for growth and international expansion.


The Australian Technologies Competition is a platform that recognises and celebrates technological innovation across a wide range of industries. The competition, now in its 13th year, serves as a testament to the remarkable talent and ingenuity that Australia's technology ecosystem has to offer.


This year, the ATC received close to 100 entries of which the judges selected 32 semi-finalist companies. After attending an intense 2-day masterclass program, all semi-finalists had to craft a concise business plan which formed the basis of the selection criteria for the Finalists.


Without further ado, we proudly present the distinguished finalists of the 2023 Australian Technologies Competition:


We warmly congratulate these finalists who represent a diverse array of sectors, from advanced manufacturing, fintech and regtech to cleantech, medtech and pharma.

Their groundbreaking innovations have the potential to reshape industries and contribute significantly to the advancement of our society.


The competition's final step involves the finalists pitching in-person and engaging in a live Q&A with the judges allowing time for clarifying questions and for the judges to observe how well each founder presents their business. However, finalists won’t have to endure the anticipation for long as the awards ceremonies follow swiftly on the same day.


We extend our gratitude to all participants, judges, mentors, sponsors and partners who have contributed to the success of this competition. Your dedication to fostering innovation is truly inspiring.


Join us in celebrating the remarkable achievements of the ATC 2023 finalists.


Australian Cleantech Finals & Awards 12 September, Melbourne - get tickets

National Finals & Awards 28 September, Sydney - get tickets


Let us come together to celebrate the innovation that propels Australia into a brighter future.


 
About the Australian Technologies Competition

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The Australian Technologies Competition (ATC) is a national growth program and awards program designed to showcase and promote innovative Australian technologies with global growth potential. The competition is open to Australia-based technology companies across various sectors (link to all categories) including clean energy, fintech/regtech, medtech, critical technologies (Web3), advanced manufacturing, social impact and more.


Successful entrants will have access to connect with investors, mentors, and industry experts, ultimately helping you to scale and grow your businesses. Semi-finalists receive mentoring, intensive MasterClass sessions and networking opportunities while finalists have a chance to pitch their technology to a panel of judges and ultimately become an awards category winner.


Now in its 13th year, the ATC was previously owned by Impact Tech Ventures and has produced more than 350 alumni and supported numerous technology company success stories.


 

About Scalare

At Scalare, we’re on a mission to create a greater impact by building a collaborative network that connects exceptional founders, advisors and investors in a unique and powerful partnership, because real transformation and growth takes more than money.


Our unique collaboration and partnership model provides clear pathways to global investors, experts and markets. We plug existing skills gaps in our portfolio companies from our best-of-breed advisor network - to bring, expert resources exactly when needed to facilitate growth and deliver exceptional returns to investors and founders alike. Find out more >


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