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Roosting in NSW's first media and creative tech incubator

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David Tiley

Playing well with others in an enterprise sandpit has turned out to be a powerful way of dealing with innovation in a world reinvented with digital technology. Here's the Sydney rocket on its launchpad.

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Business incubators have been turning up all over the world. Forbes published a survey article in 2015 which tracked their spread across the US, with casual sentences like this: 'Those organizations who regularly perform well, like Y-Combinator, have seen over 300 of their startups (with names like Scribd, WePay, and Reddit) receive funding and achieve success.'

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David Tiley is the editor of Screen Hub.