Inviting expressions of interest to pilot a Smart Work Hub

Published 4th December, 2013 in Economy

The NSW Government has announced $1.5 million for Smart Work Hub (teleworking) pilots in Western Sydney and the NSW Central Coast to accelerate the economic and social benefits of using technology to support smart working practices.

Collaborative work cultures
Collaborative Work Cultures

The teleworking pilots will investigate how modern management practices and innovative work cultures can help grow knowledge based industries, support flexible work practices and offer commuters an alternative work location closer to home.

Financial assistance will be made available to applicants or consortia to establish and operate a pilot Smart Work Hub, to be determined by a competitive public process. A minimum of two pilots will be given financial assistance with at least one pilot project in each of the NSW Central Coast and Western Sydney regions.

Expressions of Interest for the pilot projects will close at 9am on Tuesday 28 January 2014.

For more information on the Smart Work Hub Pilot Program click here

Published 4th December, 2013 in Economy