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iVvy and QLD Government Partner to Create Long-Term Career Opportunities

Posted on 3 May 2018



2018: iVvy is among eighty-five start-ups and small-medium Queensland businesses awarded government funding to help develop products, create new jobs and expand their workforce into a global market.

Minister for Innovation, Science and the Digital Economy and Minister for Small Business, Leeanne Enoch suggests that the initiative not only holds the promise of driving more than a thousand new jobs but signifies a significant step towards fostering innovation and growth within Queensland's thriving business ecosystem.


The funding allocated to iVvy came after a thorough evaluation highlighted the company's exceptional and groundbreaking product offering of event and venue management software solutions, which has the potential to not only experience rapid expansion but also make a substantial impact on the global market, ultimately benefiting the economy of Queensland.


Launched in 2016, the program aims to support the advancement of new or enhanced products, processes, and services, paving the way for increased investment opportunities and the exploration of untapped markets. This initiative is poised to open doors for businesses like iVvy to seize new prospects and enhance their presence in Queensland, setting the stage for a prosperous future in innovation and entrepreneurship.

For more information, visit the Advance Queensland website.


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