Clipboard’s success has been bolstered by partnerships with leading organisations, such as Telstra and the University of Technology Sydney (UTS).
As a member of the UTS Startups program, the Clipboard team has had the opportunity to collaborate with, and develop alongside, leaders in the education sector. In addition to receiving a grant from the university, the program has connected the founders to highly regarded advisors (such as UTS Director of Entrepreneurship, Murray Hurps).
In early 2019, Clipboard was accepted into one of Australia’s most reputable and competitive accelerator programs, muru-D. Backed by Telstra, Clipboard was one of only ten startups to be accepted out of nearly 200 applicants. In addition to investment by Telstra, the program has provided guidance by some of the most well respected mentors in the Australian startup ecosystem (such as Entrepreneur in Residence, Alan Jones).