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We need to get better at commercialising sports technologies in Australia and accessing global sports consumer markets. The ASTN will help achieve this.
James Demetriou, Chairman, Australian Sports Tech Network
The ASTN will provide a fantastic knowledge network for NSO’s like the AFL. The ASTN members can help solve some of the emerging needs of our industry through technology. This will not only benefit our sport at the elite level but also at the grass roots level.
Adrian Anderson, General Manager Football Operations, AFL (Australian Football League)
There is a genuine opportunity to develop the Australian sports technologies industry with the diverse range of stakeholders willing to collaborate to grow the sector.
Jerry Engel, Entrepreneur, Venture Capitalist and Founder of the Lester Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation (University of California - Berkeley)
This new network has the potential to unearth a new wave of Australian-made sports technologies.. growing this industry in Australia could lead to great economic opportunities and thousands of jobs
Hon Kate Lundy (, Federal Minister for Sport – Media Release on the launch of ASTN 26 April 2012