CSU a foundation sponsor of Bridge Hub
Charles Sturt University (CSU) is proud to be a foundation sponsor of Bridge Hub, an agrifood tech innovation hub launched this week by Blue River Group.
Based within the AgriPark at CSU’s Wagga Wagga Campus, Bridge Hub is a global agrifood tech innovation hub that will identify, test and commercialise ideas and technologies of researchers and entrepreneurs.
“The incredible support from our Foundation Sponsors and our collaboration partner network ensures that agrifood entrepreneurs and researchers will have access to an extensive network of leading global agrifood players. Collaboration is a primary focus of Bridge Hub and will increase the likelihood of agrifood tech startups succeeding on a global scale.” said Mr Craig Shapiro, Co-CEO of Blue River Group.
Professor Mary Kelly, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research, Development & Industry) said “We are proud to be foundation sponsors of Bridge Hub with AgriFutures Australia, King & Wood Mallesons and KPMG. We welcome Bridge Hub to the AgriPark community in Wagga Wagga. The Bridge Hub model is unique in Australia and promises a collaborative industry-led approach which will break new ground for industry, research and government on a global stage.”
“The AgriPark ecosystem is gaining momentum and we are excited at the new opportunities Bridge Hub will bring to the region.” Mary Kelly said.