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Geelong Tech Startup Taking on India

Enterprise Monkey Clear on their Mission to Expand Internationally

Geelong technology start up, Enterprise Monkey, is set to visit India as a part of Sports Tech trade mission delegation on 11 May 2016. Enterprise Monkey is one of the 10 companies selected for the delegation lead by Australian Sports Technologies Network to showcase Victoria’s export capabilities.

The trade mission will visit New Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore to meet with key decision makers from the sports industry including retailers, importers and distributors, elite athletes, sports teams and coaches, fitness clubs and leisure centres, industry bodies, researchers, sports institutes and government representatives.

Having worked alongside some of Australia’s largest sports technology companies including Australian Sports Tech Network, Albion Sports, Sports Without Borders, MyClubStore, National Sporting Organisations and Sport Clubs, the trade mission will open doors for Enterprise Monkey to network with major cricketing organisations, sports leagues and sport authorities.

Founded by Geelong entrepreneur Aamir Qutub in his brother-in-law’s garage, Enterprise Monkey now has a presence in 3 countries with a global team of 30 and is well recognised for its digital automation capabilities in application development for website, mobile and enterprise platforms. Enterprise Monkey has developed a Sports Enterprise Management solution that is expected to gain significant traction in a major sports market like India.

“We have a strong presence in sports technology in Australia, but this trade mission will no doubt hold opportunities for expansion into the global market”, Aamir Qutub says.

The trade mission will focus on export-ready Victorian organisations in the area of sports technology: manufacturers and retailers, including wearable technology, digital services for sports, sports medicine, health and wellbeing, fitness and membership management, and sports data management and analysis.

“Elite sport in Australia has embraced sports science and the application of technologies, however it is time to venture into unmarked territory, commercialising sports technology in the global market”, Qutub says, “The sports industry, on a global scale, currently generate $AUD250 billion per annum and we want to contribute to growing that number.”

Further details of the trade mission can be found at here