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SUPPORTERS

THANK YOU GoSHackathon SPONSORS AND SUPPORTERS

The Great Southern Hackathon is made possible by the support and contribution of valued Sponsors and Supporters from industry and local representatives.

The impact and opportunities that will come from GoSH opens the forum to generations of creative thinkers.

 

Thank you for helping us to inspire the regions youth!

OUR SPONSORS

GoSH is brought to you thanks to Curtin University and would like to thank our sponsors City of Mandurah, Alcoa, Peel Development Commission, Student Edge, Lotterywest, Spacecubed, WA Data Science Innovation Hub, Halls Head Community Bank, Shire of Murray, Everclime, Impact ICT, Young Engineers Perth, State Government of Western Australia and thanks to our venue sponsors Mandurah Catholic College, Mandurah Baptist College and FIPWA

Curtin University
Alcoa
City of Mandurah
Student Edge
Spacecubed
Lotterywest
Rio Tinto
WA Data Science Innovation Hub
Peel Development Commission
Young Engineers
Shire of Murray
Community Bank Halls Head
Food Innovation Precinct WA
Mandurah Baptist College
Mandurah Catholic College
Lisa Munday MLA
David Templeman MLA
Curtin Autism Research Group
South Metro Tafe
Workforce Australia Local Jobs - South West
Peel Chamber of Commerce
CoderDojo WA
IDEA Academy
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THANK YOU GoSH23 SUPPORTERS

The 2023 Great Southern Hackathon was supported by our valued Sponsors and Supporters from industry and local representatives.

 

Supporter contributions enabled us to foster innovation, collaboration, and creativity among the youth of the Peel Region.

 

GoSH aims to empower next generation problem solvers and open career pathways which rely on creative, boundary pushing disruptors

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SUPPORTERS

We are fortunate to have a passionate team of supporters in our sponsors and patrons, and we are always excited to welcome forward thinking associations on board.

If you would like to register your interest, please contact us for a prospectus

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Register your interest in The Great Southern Hackathon event

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