INCUBATE is the award-winning startup program at the University of Sydney. We fund students, alumni and researchers to launch high-potential startups through our accelerator and support student entrepreneurs through our community activities.
An integrated hardware and software platform that uses data and AI to track and analyse the spread of airborne diseases.
Green Atlas is dedicated to assisting tree-crop growers in managing the life-cycle of each and every fruit on every tree in their orchards.
ShopGrok helps retail decision makers get to insights faster so that they can make informed decisions about product range and strategic pricing.
Working to redesign the humble sofa into a new product that delights their owners and makes their friends envious.
The Abyss team are changing how we do underwater inspections with state of the art robotics and data analytics. They are creating underwater robots that provide safer, easier and more comprehensive inspections for cities and ports.
Earth AI is a machine learning powered mineral exploration platform that helps small companies make big discoveries.
There is an enormous amount of satisfaction in contributing to a legacy of developing the next generation of leading entrepreneurs and businesses.
Coming from Silicon Valley, INCUBATE is an extremely well thought-out program. You can’t put a price on the benefits of going through it.
INCUBATE is an amazing startup program for students serious about entrepreneurship who are open to learning by doing.
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DetectED-X’s sets are now commercially available to 200,000 radiologists globally, with an updated version being trialled in over a dozen US hospitals.
The 14th cohort of the award-winning INCUBATE accelerator program are a diverse group offering products and services ranging from autonomous apple-picking robots to a program getting kids to start their own charitable businesses.
Have you ever landed on an idea and wondered how to turn it into a business?
10 weeks into semester one and the INCUBATE Hub and has already seen over 1,000 students through the doors. The new INCUBATE Hub is a cumulation of two years of hard work, planning, design and construction to present the first purpose-built space for startups at USyd.
INCUABTE's Class 12 alum, Green Atlas, started as a project to answer the blue-sky question of 'Can robots be used to map fruit trees?' and has blossomed into something big.
From an impressive pool of applicants, USyd’s best and brightest startups have joined our Class 13 accelerator program. With seed grant, mentorship, exclusive workshops, and a tight community of founders, our latest cohort of founders are developing their startups into successful companies.
In a ceremony last week, INCUBATE received the 2019 Most Successful Student Outcomes Program prize from CampusLink, Australia’s leading awards for non-academic university and TAFE programs.
Practise conversations that help you learn about what your customers need, and learn how to spot the trends that tell you when you’re onto something.
Practise communicating your ideas with others in an elevator pitch, develop a compelling origin story, and begin structuring your first pitch deck.
Learn about the nine key aspects of the Lean Canvas, practise adapting existing business models, and experience what it means to pivot and change a startup idea.
Learn the techniques founders use to boost their creativity, borrow great ideas from successful startups, come up with your own product or feature ideas, and translate a sketch into a startup concept.
Build low-fidelity prototypes and learn about the tools startups use to build quick and easy wireframes.
Explore how founders test their early product with real customers.
In this workshop learn:
– Simple strategies to create an inclusive culture
This workshop will cover:
– inclusive content
– website optimisation
– supported payment systems
– alternative communication methods
In this series you’ll discover: