ThincLab Canterbury to activate Trans-Tasman growth
New business incubator ThincLab Canterbury has been launched through a partnership with the University of Adelaide, joining five other ThincLab incubators around the world.
University of Canterbury Centre for Entrepreneurship business incubator ThincLab Canterbury has been launched through a partnership with the University of Adelaide, joining five other ThincLab incubators around the world.
“ThincLab Canterbury will provide bespoke programs and support for founders and teams, access to industry experts and direct pathways to international markets and investment,” says the University of Adelaide’s Professor Noel Lindsay, Pro Vice-Chancellor Entrepreneurship and Dean of Business, Adelaide Business School.
“As with all five other ThincLab business incubators around the world, ThincLab Canterbury will connect founders and companies with the best local and international expertise to develop world-class capability and fast-track their growth potential.
“In today’s challenging business environment, ThincLab Canterbury will support local businesses, both in South Australia and New Zealand, to internationalise and remain open for business.”
The new hub is located in the Rehua Building in the University of Canterbury’s stunning modern Centre for Entrepreneurship. Christchurch is Adelaide’s sister city. ThincLab Canterbury will have a special focus on the Canterbury region’s super nodes which include: aerospace and future transport; food, fibre and agritech and healthtech and high-tech services.