Arctic Intelligence’s founder takes up residency in Australian Trade and Investment Commission’s Landing Pad Programme

Anthony Quinn, the founder of RegTech powerhouse Arctic Intelligence, has taken up residency in the Australian Trade and Investment Commission’s Landing Pad Programme.

The Landing Pads programme provides market-ready startups and scaleups with the opportunity to land and expand in global innovation hubs. By joining it, startups will access a 90-day residency in a co-working space, introductions to networks of investors and mentors and strategic partners.

Ventures that join the programme will also be able to tap into a community that supports Australian entrepreneurs and to access business advice to help these businesses scale.

“Austrade is an Australian government agency who is opening up their extensive network to provide support for market-ready scale-ups to help grow their business further globally,” Arctic Intelligence wrote on a statement on LinkedIn.

“‘Landing Pad’ is an intensive programme which provides businesses with access to development assistance services, introductions to Austrade’s customer and partner ecosystems to help facilitate new market growth.

“As a foundation member of The RegTech Association, Arctic Intelligence has already amassed 300+ clients across 10+ countries and we are delighted to continue our growth with the support of Austrade.”

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