Landing Pads

Tap into the global startup Network

Landing Pads provide market-ready Australian startups and scaleups with access to some of the world’s most renowned hubs including San Francisco, Tel Aviv, Shanghai, Berlin and Singapore.

Applications are now open.

What's in it for me?

Landing Pads help market-ready startups and scaleups take their business global.

The Landing Pads program provides market-ready startups and scaleups, with potential for rapid growth, and a cost effective option to land and expand into major global innovations hubs around the world. Startups and scaleups will have access to:

  • a 90-day residency in a co-working space
  • introductions to investors, mentor networks and strategic partnerships
  • access to a curated community that supports Australian entrepreneurs
  • business advice to help grow your business.
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Can I apply?

We are looking for Australian startups and scaleups that are market-ready with the potential for rapid growth and have:


Ability to describe and communicate their objectives and vision for growth.


Ability to deliver a product or service to 100 or 1 million customers.


Proof-of-concept, existing sales and customers, funding, investors and partners.


Ability to disrupt the marketplace and articulate their value proposition.

Market relevance

Ability to articulate how the Landing Pad would make a difference to their business.

Innovate. Accelerate. Go global.

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Meet our Landing Pad managers


Omri Wislizki

Tel Aviv

Omri has been at the centre of linking the Australian and Israeli startup ecosystem and developing strong networks within investor, startups and research communities, to assist Australian startups.


Gabe Sulkes

San Francisco

Gabe Sulkes joins Austrade from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business where he managed entrepreneurship and investment-side offerings including the university’s startup accelerator program, alumni founders fellowship.


Daniel Hang Zhan


Daniel is a dedicated innovation and entrepreneurship practitioner deeply connected with the Chinese startup ecosystem and with comprehensive experience servicing corporate innovation, startups, investors, and now government.


Michael Bingel


Michael is a joint board member of the German Startups Association and supports the local startup eco-system and early-stage entrepreneurs, mentoring on lean startups, minimum viable product and technology.


Joseph Ziegler


Joseph Ziegler started his life and education in Texas but began his IT career in Silicon Valley. In 1995 he worked at Netscape developing some of the first e-commerce applications during the early days of the Internet.

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