The Microsoft Innovation Access Program is run by the Microsoft Innovation Centre (MIC), to support enterprising start-ups that have valuable and innovative business solutions for our state.
The goal is to continue to promote entrepreneurs in South Australia, and we do this by connecting public sector, industry and non-profit organisations with new and innovative business solutions. They hope to inspire confidence in South Australia’s capabilities and prosperity, and collaborate to deliver better services to citizens, customers, volunteers and employees.
Dr Eva Balan-Vnuk
Dr Eva Balan-Vnuk is State Director for Microsoft in South Australia and National Skills Program Lead where her role is to lead Microsoft Australia’s initiatives to help build Australia’s future-ready workforce with skills a...
Nehal is the Program Manager of Microsoft Innovation Centre South Australia (MICSA). Alongside this, she is also studying a Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)(Software) at The University of Adelaide. Her role involves working...
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