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Nate Sturcke

Nate is a passionate educator and advocate of the local WA startup and innovation community. He is currently the Managing Director of Skills of the Modern Age (SOMA), a skills academy helping organisations get ready for the future of work. In addition to SOMA, over the last 5 years Nate has worked with over 1,000 entrepreneurs through a variety of programs, including the Silicon-Valley based Founder Institute accelerator; Google-backed Startup Weekend; RAC SeedSpark seed fund and Plus Eight accelerator program. In 2017, he was awarded the WA Startup Community award for helping to promote early-stage entrepreneurship throughout the state.

Startups go global with deep tech

Three Perth tech firms are creating their own deep tech to attract investors and create world-first innovations.

Five tech trends for 2019

Whether it’s the latest buzzword or corporate trend, understanding what to pay attention to and what to ignore can be difficult as well as damaging, if you get it wrong.

Global players in town for West Tech Fest

West Tech Fest, WA’s premier innovation festival, returns to Perth with a series of programs covering all aspects of technology.

Backing flows for innovation, jobs in the regions

Increased state and federal funding and support are helping new and existing businesses in country WA.

Innovation the talk of the town

WA organisations as varied as Landgate, RAC and Bankwest are becoming case studies for corporate innovation.

Friend, families, fools and angels

There’s plenty of room for growth in WA’s angel investment sector.

The portal to a new world of work

Technology has enabled workers of all ages to challenge the workplace orthodoxy.

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Innovation the talk of the town

WA organisations as varied as Landgate, RAC and Bankwest are becoming case studies for corporate innovation.

Five tech trends for 2019

Whether it’s the latest buzzword or corporate trend, understanding what to pay attention to and what to ignore can be difficult as well as damaging, if you get it wrong.

Startups go global with deep tech

Three Perth tech firms are creating their own deep tech to attract investors and create world-first innovations.

The portal to a new world of work

Technology has enabled workers of all ages to challenge the workplace orthodoxy.

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Friend, families, fools and angels

There’s plenty of room for growth in WA’s angel investment sector.