Leading stockbroker and corporate advisory firm, PAC Partners, has joined the Innovyz Institute team, to launch their new circular economy commercialisation program, and aid with capital raising.
Pac Partners, the east coast based stockbroking and corporate advisory firm was approached to raise $1M for the program, and as announced by South Australian Minister for Environment and Water, David Speirs, Innovyz will also receive an additional $750,000 from Green Industries SA.
The Innovyz Institute is an emerging leader in commercialisation, providing individuals, Universities, Research Centres, Existing Companies and Corporate Spinouts with the opportunity to commercialise their ideas, inventions, products or services.
The fund will provide ten successful applicants with the opportunity for development and commercialisation, Innovyz has already achieved success through its previous Innovyz Advanced Materials & Manufacturing program, and was the team behind the 2017 listing of the year, Titomic Limited (ASX:TTT). PAC Partners and Innovyz look forward to introducing the projects to the market in the coming weeks.
PAC Partners Managing Director, Craig Stranger,