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Be.Bendigo Invention + Innovation Awards – Prizes and Deadlines

Ben Mott, patent attorney and mechanical engineer, is again judging the Be.Bendigo Invention + Innovation Awards. Wadeson is proud to be a Partner of the Bendigo Invention + Innovation Festival 2019.

Entries are now open and close on Monday, 15 July 2019, and the panel of judges will give feedback on all applications.  Shortlisted entries can attend a 4 day La Trobe Accelerator Program bootcamp program.

Bendigo Invention and Innovation Festival 2018

The Bootcamp provides intensive training and coaching on website design, entrepreneurial marketing, value proposition, business model canvas, sustainability, pricing, social entrepreneurship, global success, wellness, IT platforms and pitching. It also includes an opportunity to pitch for a place on the 12 week La Trobe Accelerator Program and up to $10,000 in non-equity seed funding.

The Be.Bendigo Invention + Innovation Awards and a pitch event will be held on Tuesday, 3 September 2019. Prizes up to $2,500 will be awarded across the categories of Youth, Environmental Sustainability, Health, and Open. The overall winner prize is $5,000 and direct access to the 12 week La Trobe Acclerator Program – Advanced Stream.

Established in 2010, the awards have given away over $100,000 in prizes and seen many entries go on to global success.

David Hughes, Project Director

Bendigo boasts a thriving manufacturing sector including key players in mining and industrial casting, rubber manufacturing and military vehicles. The Bendigo Invention + Innovation Festival is an initiative of Bendigo’s peak industry body, Be.Bendigo.

We look forward to seeing you at the Awards!

 

Patent attorney judging at the Bendigo Invention + Innovation Festival 2019

We are proud supporters of Bendigo and are pleased to be part the Bendigo Invention + Innovation Festival 2019 (BIIF).

Bendigo is Victoria’s fourth largest city and boasts a thriving manufacturing sector including key players in mining & industrial casting, rubber manufacturing and military vehicles.

The BIIF is an initiative of Bendigo’s peak industry body, Be.Bendigo. Festival Director David Hughes explains:

Our vision is that Bendigo is internationally regarded as an innovation hotspot that quickly identifies and offers solutions to issues with a social impact. A place where problems are shared, ideas are freely discussed and solutions are collaborated on. There is a strong entrepreneurial culture that is supported by local government policy, infrastructure, access to funding and networking opportunities. Ideas are supported to commercialisation through a strong talent pool and access to capital.

This year our Ben Mott is proud to be one of the judges. We look forward to seeing you there.

 

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