Business and Innovation Centres

CBR Innovation Network

The CBR Innovation Network has been established by the ACT Government and the ACT innovation community to play a major role in accelerating innovation and growth to maximise wealth creation and transformation of the ACT economy. The Network is unique within Australia in that it’s based on a collaboration between five world-class research and education institutes in the ACT: the ANU, University of Canberra, Data61, CSIRO and UNSW Canberra.

The CBR Innovation Network's space at Level 5, 1 Moore Street, Canberra is home to Entry 29 co-working space External Link - opens in new window. Entry 29's goal is to provide a social and inspiring work space where entrepreneurs can connect, create and collaborate on new and exciting opportunities. By joining Entry 29 you can enjoy the office facilities, including wi-fi, desks, meeting spaces and more, available at CBR Innovation Network.

The CBR Innovation Network can also connect you to the support your business needs to accelerate it's growth including to it's partners, the GRIFFIN Accelerator and ATP Innovation:

  • GRIFFIN Accelerator program External Link - opens in new window: The GRIFFIN Accelerator is a startup accelerator in Canberra. Once a year they invite entrepreneurs to apply for a place in the 3+3 program for the opportunity to validate their idea, develop networks and fine-tune their business model.
  • Cicada Innovations External Link - opens in new window: Cicada Innovations is a leading business incubator for potential high growth businesses.

Find out more on our CBR Innovation Network page or visit the CBR Innovation Network website External Link - opens in new window.


Canberra Technology Park

Canberra Technology Park (CTP) is a dedicated business park aimed at information technology and related businesses. They seek to attract tenants involved in multimedia, film, TV and sound production, computer animation, telecommunications, software development, hardware manufacture, integration and systems management, e-business, web development and the internet.

CTP’s primary goal is to encourage the grouping of ICT business, particularly those related to 3D computer animation, multimedia, programming, on-line training and applications and software development, so that tenants can interact and benefit from this co-location.

To find out more visit the Canberra Technology Park website External Link - opens in new window.

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