By Southern Sydney Innovation Network

December 6, 2022

Your Local Innovation Ecosystem Needs You!

Quick summary

It's time to contribute to the future of your regional innovation ecosystem through joining the SSIN Committee!

Call for Expression of Interest for the SSIN Commitee

Dear SSIN supporters and members,

After the successful launch of the SSIN last month, this is your chance to contribute to the future of your regional innovation ecosystem through joining the SSIN Committee.

As we move to into our post-pandemic future, the fact that science and technology have enabled the new normal signals that the time for innovation has truly come. By joining the SSIN committee and collaborating with like-minded people you will help create the strategies and policies that will assist the SSIN to achieve its vision and mission:

“To support and boost the contribution of innovation-related businesses, particularly new startups, fast- growth and R&D intensive businesses, within the Southern Sydney economy and its broader community.


Time Commitment

The committee will meet 6 times per year for one hour and in some cases, informally monthly also for the duration of an hour.

Further Information

The success of SSIN relies on its volunteer committee. Membership of the committee is high profile within the regional innovation ecosystem and also offers sought-after experience in Committee Membership to boost career and skills development and gaining and in-depth understanding of the innovation ecosystem and its members. Committee members will also get to meet and collaborate with amazing people from across government (all levels), industry and the higher education sector.

Important Information

The Southern Sydney Innovation Network (SSIN) Inc. is an incorporated association registered in NSW (INC2200903) . Expressions of interest for the SSIN Committee will close on Wednesday December 14th, 2022 5:00PM.

Please contact Tim Boyle for more information.

The SSIN looks forward to welcoming you and your contribution to our local ecosystem.

Regards – Tim Boyle