Jobs for NSW, the government agency offering loans and grants to SMEs, has lost its board, putting $70 million in funds at risk

- July 18, 2019 3 MIN READ

The NSW government is getting rid of the board tasked with investing $190 million in startups and SMEs with $70 million of the funds still unallocated. The Jobs for NSW board, led by CSIRO chair David Thodey, and other senior business leaders, including Sydney tech hub Stone & Chalk chair, Craig Dunn, Navitas exec Helen… Read more »