Enterprise Connect supports innovateAustralia display


Enterprise Connect will sponsor of the innovateAustralia showcase at the NMW/Austech exhibition in Melbourne this month.

The 370m² innovateAustralia showcase, a Lynx Project activity and funded through the Industry Cooperative Innovation Program, is designed to help connect visitors to organisations representative of and significant to their industry.

It will inform of possible business opportunities and assist to seed the growth of Australian advanced precision manufacturers.

AMTIL (Australian Manufacturing Technology Institute Limited) welcomed the support of Enterprise Connect, an Australian Government initiative that offers customised advice and support to eligible Australian businesses to help them reach their full potential.

Enterprise Connect offers support in the manufacturing, creative, mining, defence and clean energy industries.

Organisers say Enterprise Connect marks an excellent partnership with what the innovateAustralia showcase is set out to achieve.

Enterprise Connect business advisors will be at hand to talk and give advice to interested visitors.

Through a national network of Enterprise Connect Manufacturing Centres, highly skilled business advisors deliver integrated, practical services that help small and medium businesses improve productivity, build internal capacity and capitalise on their growth potential.

Rhys Piper, Deputy State Director Victorian Manufacturing Centre for Enterprise Connect, is one of the high-profile speakers at the Victorian Government Opportunity Café area.

He will join AMTIL CEO Shane Infanti to explain how businesses can benchmark their business, set goals, performance targets and growth strategies.

The Victorian Government Opportunity Cafe area features a timetable for visitors to sit down and listen to industry leaders discuss relevant supply chain and major project topics in a relaxed informal café setting (a complete schedule can be found on

Australian Manufacturing Technology Institute Limited (AMTIL)
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