Helping you make your food, drink or agri-tourism business dreams come to life.
Do you have a dream to develop a new food, drink or agri-tourism business in Tasmania? Seedlab is here to help guide you to success with best practice training and support to start, scale and grow to become export-ready. We will help your business dreams develop sooner, more profitably and sustainably.
What we do
Tasmanian Startup Incubator
Seedlab Tasmania is a unique incubator providing Tasmanian startup food, drink, agri-food and agri-tourism businesses with access to expertise, training and support to help them start, scale and grow to become export-ready.
We have a program of best-practice training and tailored coaching support delivered by commercially-savvy experts. We cover a wide range of topics: food innovation and technology, fermentation and distillation, marketing and branding, business planning and strategy, to name just a few.
National Stakeholder Support
Seedlab Tasmania is supported by the Australian Government, Woolworths, the University of Tasmania, Tasmanian businesses and other Tasmanian and Australian companies.
Feedback from Cultivate
Seedlab has taken my business from a small startup to an actual brand.
This program is worth so much more than it ‘says on the tin’
The timing of being in Cultivate when the pandemic hit was a godsend!
To date, it’s been a whirlwind of learning and activity.
Seedlab has been an amazing help to our business.
This program has also helped us a become a better, more resilient business.
Sometimes your target market or packaging might not be exactly on point. This is why MVP (Minimum Viable Product) is important. Start with something and then make gradual changes
Aimee Datlen, – Little Isle Mushrooms, Snug
"Bootcamp forced me to take a look at our business from a different and perhaps more personalised perspective, which can only be useful"
Justin Birchmore – Academy al Funghi, Launceston.
"The Seedlab Bootcamp was a great supportive kickstart for the budding entrepreneur. Athough centred on Agribusiness, this methodology should become mainstream education for future small business kickstarters.."
Phil Evans – Evans Store, Queenstown.