MELBOURNE – 29 MARCH 2022: This week marked the official opening of Victoria’s world-class Australian Sports Innovation Centre for Excellence (ASICE). The ‘super cluster’ of sport innovation brings together sports tech founders, entrepreneurs, and leading sports tech companies to accelerate local sports tech growth and attract national and international partnership opportunities for Victoria.
MELBOURNE – 28 MARCH 2022: Australian Sports Technologies Network (ASTN) – the governing body for sports technology and innovation – and Sportradar (Nasdaq:SRAD) – the leading global sports technology company creating immersive experiences for sports fans –have today announced a two-year partnership to facilitate growth in sports technology, in Melbourne, Victoria.
MELBOURNE – 17 MARCH, 2022: Australia’s newest entrepreneurs with a passion for sports
technology will be able to tap into a rich ecosystem of world-class knowledge, mentors, and
industry connections with Australia’s preeminent ‘Business of Sport’ Pre-Accelerator
program opening its doors for 2022.
A new partnership between the Australian Sports Technologies Network (ASTN) and Sports Technology focused Global Investment Firm, XT Ventures, will support young Australian entrepreneurs take their product to the world stage.
Australian Sports Technologies Network (ASTN), the governing body for sports technology and innovation, today announced two new key appointments as it prepares for substantial growth. Cam Vale steps into the role of General Manager Operations and Hayley Priestnall to Alumni Office Manager, highlighting a new leadership approach at ASTN to help accelerate Australia’s sportstech industry.
Melbourne, Australia, 20 January 2022. Australian Sports Technologies Network (ASTN) and Outerspace Design today announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU).
Australian Sports Technologies Network (ASTN) and Exercise & Sports Science Australia (ESSA) today announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), effective from November 2021.
Australian Sports Technologies Network (ASTN) and the Queensland Government Department of Tourism, Innovation and Sport (DTIS) haveannounced anewpartnership to accelerate Queensland’s sports innovation economy, as part of the Department’s commitment to innovation under the ActiveKIT program.
The University of Bayreuth Melbourne Gateway Office and the Australian Sports Technologies Network (ASTN) have
confirmed a collaboration as part of the ASTN-GSIC Pre-Accelerator program. The entrepreneurial education program
will see a group of students from the University of Bayreuth, who are part of the Master’s Programme in Sports
Technology at the University in Germany, take part in the live-online cohort between September and December 2021.
The Bayreuth-based student group, who have developed a 3D-printed foot prothesis for children and made it to the
finals of the German 3D-Printing Challenge, will take part in the program alongside other Victorian- and Australianbased
sportstech founders, athletes, researchers and practitioners to expand their knowledge on innovation
The Australian Sports Technologies Network has great pleasure in announcing the establishment of the Australian Sports Innovation Centre of Excellence (ASICE) Advisory Council.
The Victorian Government Minister for Innovation, Medical Research, and the Digital Economy, Jaala Pulford yesterday announced support for Victoria’s growing sports technology sector with a $4 million investment to establish the Australian Sports Innovation Centre for Excellence (ASICE) in Cremorne, Melbourne’s global innovation and technology precinct.