What Can You Expect in the Hatch Quarter Playbook?

Our upcoming Hatch Quarter Playbook will serve as a guide to help new migrant and refugee entrepreneurs integrate into the Victorian startup industry and community.

Supported by LaunchVic, the Playbook will be an educational tool for first-generation Australian entrepreneurs to stand on their feet and to propel them into the startup industry.

It will also provide an introduction to the startup community in Victoria with a history of educating and providing deep insights on business ideas and execution to government grants and support.

The Playbook will be published in multiple languages starting off with English, Arabic, Spanish, Hindi and Mandarin to ensure that it reaches the right audience.

“Diversity and inclusion is a core focus for LaunchVic and the playbook will be an important contribution enabling more migrant and refugee entrepreneurs to engage in the Victorian startup ecosystem”, said Dr Kate Cornick, CEO of LaunchVic.

“LaunchVic is proud to be a part of this playbook to help startups all over the state get on their feet.”

“The Hatch Quarter Playbook will be a helpful tool for new migrants and refugees and will help them engage and navigate the startup ecosystem in Victoria.”

Keep an eye on this space for more updates on Hatch Quarter!


Also, if you are an international entrepreneur with a startup, we would love to hear your story in our playbook!

A submission page has been launched for you to share your stories and experiences in your startup journey, which will be used as a valuable tool for emerging entrepreneurs.

To learn more visit Hatch Quarter and get connected with the community at IEA Meetup group


Contributed by Ian Yun, PR and Community at Mo Works.