Energising start-ups

KPMG Australia will build on the success of its 2015 Energise program with corporate participants this year set to complete a new curriculum that will help large organisations maximise the benefits of collaborating with startups.

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Energise 2.0, a 12-week energy and natural resources startup accelerator program, encourages collaboration between startups and top tier resources sector corporates to deliver step change improvements in cost, productivity, social, environmental and safety performance.

With last year’s program delivering more than $500,000 in pilot projects and capital for eight homegrown startups, Energise 2.0 will vie to bring further breakthrough innovations to the resources sector.

Corporate participants in this year’s accelerator include Woodside Energy, Wesfarmers Chemicals Energy & Fertilisers, and South32.

KPMG Western Australia chairman Gary Smith said the resources sector played a key role in not j...

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