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Three startups perfect their ideas in Darling Park
Adelaide's ANZ Innovyz [[artnid:532330|opened a Sydney branch]] in February. The accelerator is based at the Regus business centre located near Darling Harbour. Pictured from left to right: Regus ANZ CEO Paul Migliorini; ANZ Innovyz START program director, Jana Matthews; and the accelerator's program manager, Simran Gambhir.
Wahuna is mentorship startup providing skills development for employees. Pictured from left to right: Andrew Jennings, lead developer; Matthew Benfell, head of design; and CEO Adam Miller.
World Academy lets experts set up their own online courses with video, quizzes and other educational content. Pictured from left to right: founder and CEO Omar Anzur; Hugh Gaukroger, project manager; and Zara Akhtar, digital marketing.
World Academy shows off one of its online courses.
Jai Chopra and his co-founders at Edisse are working on wearable e-health for seniors that uses an accelerometer and other sensors to detect falls.
A closer look at potential designs for the Edisse watch. However, co-founder Chopra said the company is also considering band designs closer to the look of a Fitbit.
The Sydney and Adelaide branches of ANZ Innovyz have regular meetings using Google Hangouts.
The startups at ANZ Innovyz START Sydney use this common area for work and collaboration. The 13-week program kicked off on 11 February.