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The $50,000 I.T. Invention Test ( is an investment pitching competition hosted by ICT Geelong. We are a group of business leaders that are focused on helping entrepreneurs commercialise I.T.-based ideas, concepts, start-ups and early stage projects.

We welcome you to be part of the audience together with an expert judging panel to watch the top 20 entries vie for the $50,000 of prizes in the 2012 I.T. Invention Test.

This will be a unique opportunity to see entrepreneurs pitch their projects, and understand from the experts what it takes to truly be a global technology entrepreneur. 

Each entrant will pitch for 8 minutes and then 7 minutes for questions and feedback from the judging panel.10 pitches will be conducted in Melbourne and 10 in Geelong, with the top 5 entries presenting at the Technology Entrepreneurship Forum in the Final of the $50,000 I.T. Invention in Geelong on Thursday 1 November.

Date: Monday 8 October & Tuesday 9 October

Location & Time: Captain’s Room Simonds Stadium Geelong & NICTA Research Laboratory Melbourne, 9:00 am- 11:30 am

For more information email Criag Hill at or visit the $50,000 I.T. Invention Test website by clicking here:

More than 120 delegates from the local business community got a taste of the opportunities in a high-speed broadband world from Kate Cornick (NBN Co – General Manager (Education & Health) on 25 June.

The event, co-hosted by ICT Geelong and the Australian Information Industry Association, explored opportunities and expected trends in e-health and e-education in the context of both the NBN implementation as well as a regional economy in transition. With the prospect of the NBN being ‘switched on’ mid-2014 the event was the first of many that will educate the local business community on best practice in the use of high speed broadband.

Also refer to The Independent’s story on the event titled ‘NBN to deliver e-health potential’.