- Program initiated by Westpac as part of its 200th birthday celebrations, with the aim of recognising promising Australian businesses operating in potential growth areas
- Benefits of the program are access to direct financial and non-financial support, as well as mentoring from some of Australia’s leading businesspeople
- OpenDNA is one of only 7 listed companies to achieve this recognition
- Achieving the status of a Westpac “Business of Tomorrow” is the latest noteworthy recognition event for the Company, whose technology was featured in the Apple Store on several occasions in 2016
Leading artificial intelligence (“AI”) company OpenDNA Limited (ASX:OPN) (“OpenDNA” or “the Company”) is pleased to announce that it has been named amongst Westpac’s 200 “Businesses of Tomorrow”, as a result of which it will be provided with various benefits offered to eligible entities under that program.
The “Businesses of Tomorrow” program was initiated by Westpac, Australia’s second-largest company (with a market capitalisation of over $100 billion), as part of its 200th birthday celebrations. As explained by Westpac (ASX:WBC) in its ASX announcement released on 7 April 2017, the program:
“recognises 200 promising Australian businesses that highlight potential areas of growth for our economy, providing both direct financial and non-financial support as well as mentoring from some of Australia’s leading business people”.