In 2019 FireFlight Technologies Pty. Ltd. was accepted into the “Venture Catalyst Space” programme coordinated by the Innovation & Collaboration Centre, the University of South Australia’s startup incubator.
Being part of the ICC Venture Catalyst Space programme will enable FireFlight to access a unique range of support networks, mentoring and advice, as well as providing access to new funding streams.
“Already the ICC, and specifically the Venture Catalyst Space programme, has greatly assisted FireFlight,” says FireFlight CEO, Dr. Paul Dare. “Since joining the programme we have established FireFlight as a standalone company, and have sourced tens of thousands of dollars of new funding. We’re extremely excited about 2020, and look forward to working closely with the ICC to achieve our goals.”
FireFlight’s profile on the ICC website can be found here.
The Innovation & Collaboration Centre (ICC) is the University of South Australia’s startup incubator. The ICC engages with the community through the delivery of community events, workshops and programs which draw on the research and professional expertise of UniSA and partners, to support the generation of new startups and the growth of existing companies.
Further details on the ICC can be found here, and details of the Venture Catalyst Space programme can be found here.