Australia & NZ UK Tech Rocketship Awards

Australia & NZ UK Tech Rocketship Awards

If you’re a tech startup looking to scale-up with international growth ambitions, then the Tech Rocketship Awards are for you.

The inaugural ANZ–UK Tech Rocketship Awards will connect Australia and New Zealand’s fastest-rising tech stars with the UK’s world-leading growth ecosystem of VCs, advisers, customers and support networks.

  • Awards specifically for tech startups looking to go global
  • Presented by the UK Department for International Trade
  • First time offered in Australia.

Who should apply?

Tech Rocketship is open to established Australian and New Zealand scale-ups that deliver innovative, technology-led solutions across a wide spectrum of industries. Winners will have been trading in Australia and/or New Zealand for at least two years. They will be ambitious, globally scalable businesses with a demonstrable fit with the UK market.

Award categories:

  • Economy & Digital Security
  • Tech for an Ageing Society
  • The AI & Data Revolution
  • The Future of Mobility
  • Clean Growth
  • Feeding the Nation
  • Connected Consumers & Creativity
  • GREAT Tech for Change Award

Who is offering the program?

Presented by the UK Department for International Trade, which specialises in helping overseas companies succeed in the UK, the Tech Rocketship Awards are geared to helping you grow your business successfully in the UK.

Now open to Aussie businesses

The program has already seen about 40 companies visit the UK as recipients of a Tech Rocketship Award, where they have participated in fully mentored programs and gained vital exposure and connections to invaluable networks. This is one of the UK Government’s largest and most prestigious Tech Awards. This opportunity is now open for the first time to Australian and New Zealand businesses.

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Closing date for entries is 23 November 2018.

Visit the website for more information.

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