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Success! LaunchVic funding

LaunchVic, an initiative of the Victorian Government, is investing $60 million over four years in the development of Victoria's start-up ecosystem. Bright Sparks has received $100k in the first round of funding! Read the RMIT press release here

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Inaugural Bright Sparks dates announced

We're excited to announce the first Bright Sparks program will start in San Francisco on February 5th and end on February 18th, 2017. Stay tuned for more details about the program and our launch event! Keep up to date by registering here

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Please vote! AWW Women of the Future

Bright Sparks founder, Bri Johnstone has been selected as a semi-finalist for the Australian Women's Weekly, Women of the Future Award. If Bri wins she will provide two to four scholarships for the Bright Sparks program. You can hear her story here and vote (it's super easy and you can vote as many times as you like!). Voting closes Aug 3. 

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