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Applications for deep tech startups to pitch at Tech23 are now open

Cicada Innovations and deep tech festival Tech23 are on the hunt for 23 groundbreaking startups to pitch their ideas to solve some of the world’s biggest problems.

Cicada took charge of Tech23 earlier this year, seeing the shared vision to champion and celebrate Australia’s young deep tech companies.

Cicada x Tech23 will connect 23 innovators with a cohort of problem solvers, investors and big thinkers, on July 26 in Sydney. The national platform seeks systematic solutions to broader issues, such as ‘rebuilding the environment’ or ‘ending waste’.

Tech 23 has spotlighted more than 300 deep tech companies over the past 14 years. Every year at the conference, the 23 startups are invited to give 5-minute pitches.

Sally-Ann Williams, CEO of Cicada, said complex challenges require complex solutions that emerge from the intersection of technology and industry.

From discussions about the future to finding the next investment, CxT23 is the place to connect with the deep tech community from across Australia; it’s the ecosystem that takes the tech startup industry to the next level.

Williams said 2023 is the year of deep tech.

“Finally, people are waking up to the opportunity it presents for Australia and our ability to solve global challenges,” she said.

“It represents a new industrial revolution, where new platform technologies and infrastructures will change the way we live and work, and our relationship with the planet.”

Williams said Australia has a multi-billion dollar opportunity to succeed in the next generation of deep technology, but these ventures need significant support, connections and funding to overcome significant challenges.

“So with Cicada x Tech23 we want to celebrate and spotlight the often overlooked brave, quirky and daring visionaries of Australian deep tech,” she said.

“And connect them with the people who have the resources and influence to rally behind them.”

Applications for Tech23 close on April 12 and the successful startups will be notified on May 3. Signing up is free.

More detail here.

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