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start.run.grow Business Growth Programs

Did you know that the Department of Trade, Business and Innovation offer a range of programs to help businesses start.run.grow? The Business Growth Programs offer information, funding and development services to enhance your business’ profitability, sustainability and capability. To find out more visit startrungrow.nt.gov.au or contact a Small Business Champion via business.info@nt.gov.au or 08 8999 […]


Anne O’Donoghue a finalist for Partner of the Year

  Finalists revealed for Partner of the Year Awards Lawyers Weekly is pleased to announce the finalists for this year’s Partner of the Year Awards. Back for its third consecutive year, the Lawyers Weekly Partner of the Year Awards, in partnership with Major, Lindsey & Africa, seeks to celebrate professional excellence in partners across […]



The CAN YOU PITCH Workshop is a follow up workshop that accompanies the Lean Canvas Workshop run by Dean Alle. This workshop provides start-ups with the best tools, tips and guidance for nailing that ever important pitch to anyone from family members to an investor.


NT Youth Week Mini Hack-A-Thon

THANK YOU to everyone who attended the Chamber of Commerce’s Business at Sunset last night! We are very happy to have been given the opportunity to host this event and showcase the Darwin Innovation Hub.

CDU Foundation

The Darwin Innovation Hub is proud to have supported the CDU Foundation through sponsorship of the 2018 Charles Darwin Black Tie Dinner. CDU Foundation Chair, Deborah Fracaro pictured with the Darwin Innovation Hub’s Program Director Janet Kosic.


March Newsletter

  The year is flying by! The HUB has been a hive of activity at the moment with plenty of events, workshops and activities happening! We are incredibly pleased with the success of our first Lean Canvas Workshop run by EIR Dean Alle and Janet Kosic. It was fantastic to see so many different business ideas transformed over the […]

Industry Workshop

The DIH facilitated an industry workshop between start-up North Home Pty Ltd and an Indigenous entrepreneur groups seeking to use t-shirt screen printing as a therapy for troubled youth seeking a healthy outlet for artistic expression.