Join us on the 2nd of December for a session about smart community innovation, featuring keynote speaker Imogen Schifferle.
Follow the link to find out more about the session, and how the Two Cities One Community initiative is helping to support business in the region.
WIP has an established stakeholder base, but we are continually looking to grow and expand our network.
Otherwise, head on over to our Get Involved page to see other ways that you or your business can play a role in the WIP network.
WIP Local Coordinator
As WIP continues to develop and build momentum, John Elgin (Managing Director of BEC Murray-Hume) has joined the team in an official role as the WIP Local Coordinator.
Please reach out to John if you would like to get involved with the WIP my emailing him at firstname.lastname@example.org
One of the hardest parts of managing a successful business is connecting with the right people. WIP can help by showcasing you and/or your business.
If you or someone you know is creating a new product, working on a startup, or tinkering with a cool project, we'd like to hear from you!
Earlier this year the WIP Youth Innovation Program helped to develop innovation skills and confidence for seven teams of local youth.
The Pitch Event on 16 September saw Grace King and her business idea 'Plastics to Products Wodonga' awarded the First Prize and Peoples Choice Awards. Check out her story here!
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The Wodonga Innovation Project (WIP) is a physical and virtual network of like-minded people that care about innovation and the development of new ideas in the Albury / Wodonga region. The WIP aims to bring together the community to, share stories, encourage new connections, facilitate meaningful conversation, and, ultimately, build local innovation capacity and culture. If you'd like to learn more, please feel free to contact us.