A brand new innovation space run by the University of Newcastle (UON) has officially open its doors to welcome its first clients, marking an exciting step for the Hunter as part of the Integrated Innovation Network (I2N) announced earlier this year.
The Three76 innovation hub, based on Hunter Street in Newcastle’s CBD, has been designed to provide a dynamic, co-working space to support start-up activity across various phases including incubation, acceleration and potential commercialisation. The goal is to seed an ecosystem that draws talented people in and harnesses their collective potential to produce a new generation of entrepreneurs, business leaders and inventors.
As well as providing a space for emerging leaders, Three76 will facilitate workshops and activities to promote the ongoing development of a collaborative network in the Hunter. Programming will be developed in consultation with stakeholders, including students, local businesses and industry partners across all four I2N hubs.
Gather colleagues or friends and come along for a short tour of Three76 and see the space for yourselves.
When: Tuesday 6 December, 8:30-9am or 4:30-5pm
Anyone interested in the Three76 collaboration space can find out more at: www.newcastle.edu.au/three76