Cultivate is our free accelerator program for businesses producing consumer goods with up to 19 staff.

The Seedlab Tasmania Cultivate Accelerator Program is a free, Statewide opportunity for Tasmanian businesses (1-19 employees), who produce consumer products*, to scale and grow for local, interstate and international sales.

*Consumer products include fresh agri-food, and value-added food and drinks (alcoholic and non-alcoholic), also personal care, homecare and other products consumers buy: like art, books and jewellery.

Cultivate is for businesses who are really ready to grow, but who may not have in-house skills for all their business needs, nor the funds to pay for trusted advice in all areas. Cultivate helps put your business on the path for growth and success.

The Seedlab Tasmania Cultivate Program is delivered using our proven approach of on-demand video/audio content hosted on The Seedlab Academy, with monthly 2 hour live online discussions and informal chats, delivered over 4 months. The program is augmented with one on one mentoring and support, retail and investment pitch opportunities and other events.

The Seedlab Tasmania Cultivate Accelerator Program

The next Cultivate program will run in 2024, between early February and late May.

Businesses need to have completed Seedlab Tasmania’s Bootcamp program to be eligible for our 4 month Seedlab Tasmania Cultivate Accelerator Program. Application is by completing and uploading a Cultivate pitch video by the 15th January, 2023. 

More details will be circulated closer to the time.

Download the Seedlab Tasmania flier

Cultivate Accelerator Outcomes

If you are serious about developing your personal and business skills then Cultivate will take you where you want to go. You will be challenged, so hang on for a great ride!

– Jane | Coaldale Walnuts

Apart from your family, there can be nothing more important going on in your life right now than this incredible opportunity to participate in Seedlab – grab it with both hands!

– Giles Fisher | Fishers of Freycinet