The 2023 Australia Sports Innovation Week the Southern Hemisphere’s largest and most respected sports technology experience and runs from Tuesday 29 August – Friday 1 September 2023 in Brisbane, Queensland. Explore the various events on offer to design your ideal Sports Innovation Week experience.


Sports Tech Academic Day

Presented by STWS & The University of Queensland
Join us at the inaugural Sports Tech Academic Day to gain an insight into the latest research and academic projects being undertaken across APAC, and how they are impacting the Sports Tech industry. This event is open to all universities and industry attendees, and is designed to showcase activities nearing or entering commercialisation and industry application. Interested in showcasing your academic research or project? You can also apply to present your work.

Wed 30 August, 9:30AM
University of Queensland

Biostrength REV Market Preview

Presented by QAS & Technogym
Technogym Clinic: with Silvano Zanuso, Technogym's Head of Scientific Communication and Research. Technogym is pleased to introduce for the first time in Australia Biostength REV. With the revolutionary BIODRIVE SYSTEM, based on aerospace technology, and other unique features, the new Biostrength REV embodies our 30-year legacy. It empowers you to deliver superior results, faster, to all your clients, from ordinary people to Olympic athletes

Wed 30 August, 10:00AM
Queensland Academy of Sport

Australia Sports Tech Startup & Investor Day 2023

Australia Sports Tech Startup and Investor Day will be held in Brisbane, proudly presented together with ASTN. The mission of this half day event is to showcase Australia's most exciting startups and innovators in sports, media and entertainment to investors, industry representatives, sporting leagues & clubs to facilitate partnerships, deals and trials to help ideas grow.

Wed 30 August, 1:00PM
Precinct, Fortitude Valley

Creating a Learning Culture in Sport

Presented by etrainu
etrainu are hosting a round table on how sports organisations create a learning culture in the sports industry. Through a discussion with peers in the sector, we believe the exchange of knowledge will help spark practical strategies you can implement in your organisation. This event is designed for NSO’s or sports organisations that must educate either internal or external stakeholders

Wed 30 August, 1:30PM
, Brisbane City

Australia & New Zealand Sports Technology Awards

Presented by ASTN
The Australia and New Zealand Sports Technology Awards (ANZSTA) recognises and celebrates excellence in data, digital and technology across the Sports, Media, Entertainment, Health and Technology landscapes. Applications are via an online process with Finalists shortlisted by a Panel of Industry Experts. Join us as the winners are announced at the ANZSTA Finals Cocktail Event on Wednesday 30th August, 2023.

Wed 30 August, 4:30PM
Fortitude Music Hall, Fortitude Valley

ASTN Panel Discussion – Women in Sportstech

Presented by ASTN
This panel will provide an opportunity to engage our ecosystem on topics such as; the great opportunities in sportstech for females, Women in Sportstech in a time when women are catalysing significant change in the sports industry as athletes, administrators, and entrepreneurs and more.

Fri 1 September, 10:00AM
Precinct, Fortitude Valley

Co-creating the Future Sports Tech Ecosystem

Presented by The University of Queensland
This will be an ideation workshop to co-create the future of the Sports Tech Ecosystem. To achieve a successful sport tech ecosystem requires collaboration and partnership between the industry (start-ups, established companies), government and the university sector. These partnerships however can be complex as each party has competing interests and priorities, different timelines, and so on. We invite participants from all areas of the Sport Tech Industry to join us for this collaborative discussion.

Fri 1 September, 10:00AM
University of Queensland

Bridging the Divide in Sport and Sustainable Development

Presented by Japan Sport Council
A guide for translating policy into practice and effective programme management. Sport is increasingly used as a tool for sustainable development by a growing range of actors across sectors and geographics. Despite this growth, there remain gaps in understanding and application among policy makers and practitioners as to how sport can best contribute to sustainable development.

Fri 1 September, 9:15AM
The Precinct, Fortitude Valley


  • Stay at the Novotel Brisbane South Bank 
  • Receive 15% off when booking your stay for the Sports Innovation Week 
  • Stay at the Mantra South Bank Brisbane 
  • Receive 10% off when booking your stay for the Sports Innovation Week