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On Tuesday 23 July, Sydney Rotary Club Members and guests have the unique opportunity to make a Luncheon Visit to the Sydney Startup Hub at 11-31 York Street, Sydney.

The Sydney Startup Hub is a globally significant innovation centre that cements the city's role as Australia's startup capital. It is the first of its kind in Australia and is unmatched in the southern hemisphere in terms of its size and density, offering more than 17,000 sqm across 11 floors, all under one roof.

This unique opportunity is sponsored by Irfan Malik Co-Founder/Director inQ Innovation Global.

Funded through a $35 million investment from the NSW Government, the Hub brings together some of Australia’s leading startups, incubators, accelerators and innovation programs under one roof representing the diversity of the startup community.

It is home to more than 480 startups, over 25 events per month and houses Australia’s leading incubator and co working communities including Fishburners, Stone & Chalk, Tank Stream Labs and The Studio – all of whom have seen immense growth in their first year at the Hub.

On Tuesday 23 July 2019 at 12:30pm

Sydney Startup Hub
11-31 York Street, Sydney, NSW 2000

To discuss Australia’s First Indigenous Residential College at Sydney Rotary Club’s Luncheon on 6th August will be Professor Michael McDaniel from University of Technology Sydney.

Michael is a Wiradjuri man whose involvement in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education spans more than three decades. He is the current Pro Vice-Chancellor (Indigenous Leadership and Engagement) and Director of Jumbunna Institute for Indigenous Education and Research at UTS.

UTS is embarking on a ground-breaking proposal to build Australia's first truly comprehensive Indigenous Residential College. Once completed, the college is expected to be the largest and most significant college of its type in the world.

Michael is also a member of the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Higher Education Consortium and has been a regular delegate to the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues. He is also Chair of the Bangarra Dance Theatre.

On Tuesday 6 August 2019 at 1:00pm

Castlereagh Boutique Hotel
169 Castlereagh Street, Sydney, NSW 2000

The guest speaker at Sydney Rotary Club’s Breakfast at 7:30am on Tuesday 13th August will be Associate Professor Payal Mukherjee.

She will be discussing the evolution of bionic implants in Ear Surgery.

Payal is the Clinical Associate Professor of Surgery, University of Sydney, Adjunct Professor – University of Wollongong and Deputy Chair Royal Australian College of Surgeons NSW committee amongst other notable positions held.

She is currently doing a PhD specialising in medical applications of Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, 3D printing and Bioprinting with a focus on global translation of Australian innovation in biotechnology.

She is also proud and strong advocate of surgical innovation, gender equity in surgery, domestic violence and developing STEMM skills in young girls.

Barista coffee served from 7:00am. Visitors welcome. Cost $28.00.

On Tuesday 13 August 2019 at 7:30am

Castlereagh Boutique Hotel
169 Castlereagh Street, Sydney, NSW 2000