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Students from UNSW, University of Sydney, UTS, Western Sydney University, Macquarie and Notre Dame, as well as more than 25 innovative Med Tech companies in Australia, and NSW Minister for Health, Jillian Skinner, are all on the attendee list.
"This event is a first of its kind for the NSW Parliament House," Minister for Industry, Resources and Energy, the Hon. "It's great to see so many students from across Sydney enthusiastically putting their hands up to be involved through Data61's Ribit platform, and we hope to continue sustaining such positive momentum for NSW's vibrant medical technology scene going forth," he said.
“People can be a little bit nervous at the start but once you get started, everyone is really relaxed and you just end up chatting to people,” Apaine says.
“It is a good opportunity to make some new friends or meet people who have similar interests to you, get outdoors and have fun planting a tree at the same time.” “Even if you don’t meet the love of your life, you’ll be sure to walk away with some new friendships!
“The concept is the same as speed dating – in this case you are paired up with someone to plant a tree and then you rotate around so you meet a whole bunch of different people.” Apaine says speed planting has already proven to be a huge success in Brisbane.
“We’ve had two events over the last couple of years and so far we’ve had a great turnout, with over 60 people at both events so it does get a good crowd,” she says.
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More than 120 of Australia’s brightest students, leading medical technology start-ups and companies will get together for some unique speed-networking tomorrow to uncover and inject the next wave of talent into the ‘Med Tech’ sector.
Jointly organised by CSIRO Data61's job matching service Ribit, the NSW Government and the Medical Technology Association of Australia (MTAA), the event is being held in the aptly-named Stranger's Room at the NSW Parliament.
"Med Tech encompasses varied industry sub-sectors, including advanced manufacturing, product development, sales and regulatory affairs – all of which are demanding fresh talent," Mr Turner said.
"By bridging the gap between students and businesses, we hope to build and sustain a steady stream of talent pool for this rapidly growing sector.