Throughout our programs, the Enterprise Lab supports a range of startups in the Northern Rivers region to grow, scale, and build their potential for success. Meet some of our startups:
Lamina, founded by Stu Bowen, has reinvented a more sustainable surfboard with goals to revolutionise the surfboard manufacturing industry by using advanced technologies. Influenced by circular design principles, Lamina has created a high-performance surfboard with a longer lifespan. Lamina's goal is to minimise and ultimately eliminate waste from entering the environment and is currently working with global partners to commercialise and publicly launch in early 2019. Visit Lamina to learn more.
Uplift is an innovative swimwear range inspired by and made for women who have undergone mastectomies. After being inspired by her grandmothers plight with breast cancer and mastectomy, Uplift founder Julie May developed a versatile pocketed swimwear design that gives all women the opportunity to feel confident and comfortable despite their body challenges. Uplift swimwear is creating a movement for a new conversation around mastectomy swimwear and is currently in the prototype phase. Visit Uplift to learn more.
Flo Gardens has created a self-cleaning and self-sustainable domestic aquaponics system that grows seafood and plants together – all while using 90% less water than soil gardens. Founders Adam Grabowski and Zerina Millard have designed the backyard ecosystem to make food sustainability more accessible for the average domestic household and put the power back in the hands of those who want to have greater autonomy over their food source. Flo Gardens is currently in the prototype stage. Visit Flo Gardens to learn more.