Australia-India relations: female tech entrepreneurs eye Indian investment

Entries so far have included women entrepreneurs working in artificial intelligence, blockchain, quantum computing, synthetic biology, genomics and genetic engineering, low emission alternative fuels and autonomous vehicles.

After the free trade agreement between Australia and India was signed in April, the technology sector has emerged as a key pathway to strengthening commercial ties between the two nations.

The NSW government struck deals with four Indian technology companies during a trade visit in July designed to attract Indian technology investment into the state.

One of the deals was an agreement between deep tech accelerator Cicada Innovations and Indian-based space technology incubator to support entrepreneurs in both nations to get their businesses off the ground.

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