$20m for SaaS and innovation in the Budget

$20m for SaaS and innovation in the Budget
Digital economy and communications minister, David Clark says the investment will promote our 'vibrant' tech sector. (Image: Getty)
Ben Moore
The government is committing $20 million over four years to help grow the country’s software as a service (SaaS) market and further boost the growing digital economy. It also plans to prioritise the immigration of skilled tech workers.The office of the minister for the digital economy and communications said it builds on previous investment into the tech sector, including startup accelerators, digital skills development plans and the i4 data-sharing initiative.The investment is committed to two initiatives under the Digital Technolog...

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