Incubator turning great business ideas into reality

The AgriTech Incubator co-working space at Charles Sturt University.

Operated by Charles Sturt University, the AgriTech Incubator is a space designed to support the development of start-up businesses in the Riverina.

The business will be a first time exhibitor at this year’s field days and will have a number of Incubator alumni in attendance, including Daniel Winson, founder of the farm wide wireless network business, Agrinet, and AgriTech Incubator Cohort 1 participant.

Agrinet eliminates mobile blackspots, improves internet speed and coverage, can remotely monitor water levels and control pumps, and secure farm assets with cameras and alarms.

The AgriTech Incubator provides tailored programs and co-working spaces in a dedicated hub on CSU’s Wagga campus.

There are specialised programs supporting women and girls into tech and entrepreneurial activities, plus support for small businesses to solve research and development challenges.

People with a great business idea but not sure how to make it a reality, or would like to rent a co-working space, or learn more about the Incubator can contact or phone 02 6933 4004.

The Incubator is funded by the NSW Department of Industry with significant additional funding from Charles Sturt University.