South Australia Sponsors

GovHack South Australia would like to take this opportunity to thank its sponsors for their support of Australia’s largest open data hackathon. We’ve got a diverse range of sponsors on board at both national level and in South Australia, opening up fascinating datasets for GovHackers to mash together into new, brilliant concepts that solve problems to create better outcomes for our communities, state and beyond!

2017 is a particularly exciting year for GovHack there are now GovHack events in every state and territory of Australia. We’re also bringing the creative, innovative environment of GovHack to many regional areas nationwide.

By bringing people together for change, we’re activating the brightest ideas of talented Australians, and we wouldn’t be able to do it without the support of our sponsors.

Here in South Australia, we’re thrilled to announce that the SA Department of Premier and Cabinet has come on board as the state awards naming rights sponsor, the Motor Accident Commission, SA Department for Education and Child Development and Adelaide Smart City Studio are Gold Sponsors; SA Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources; SA Attorney-General’s Department; Location SA; SA EPA and Paxus are all Silver Sponsors.

We’ll be hosting GovHack Weekend hackathons not only in Adelaide but also Mount Gambier and Playford.

Thank you for making GovHack 2017 possible, and we’re looking forward to seeing what great ideas are sparked on the 28-30 July, at 28 locations nationwide for GovHack Weekend.

Sponsorship opportunities are still available! If your organisation is interested in becoming part of an extraordinary public sector innovation initiative that breathes new life into open data and gets communities involved in a completely new way, please get in contact with Jan Bryson at sponsors@govhack.org.

GovHack 2017 SA Sponsors

State Awards Naming Rights Sponsor

Gold Sponsors

Silver Sponsors

For more information, and a list of national/state/territory sponsors, please visit http://govhack.org.