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Future Industries Accelerator workshop held in Whyalla to talk local business

whyalla generic.JPGThe University of South Australia has demonstrated their intentions to support local business, after providing further details on The Future Industries Accelerator.
The Future Industries Accelerator aims to give business owners the chance to work with the university to solve problems and a workshop was held at the Whyalla Campus, so local businesses could learn more about the program.
Future Industries Institute Director Emily Hilder says the university researchers were excited to continue a positive and regular relationship with business owners through the workshops, and are aiming to have regular visits to Whyalla rather than just fly-in and fly-out.

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