Hannan Tew are strong advocates of the innovation and entrepreneurship space, and we firmly believe in the value of working together and helping bold new ideas to grow.
All these ideals are personified by York Butter Factory (YBF), a leading start-up incubator in Australia and an important contributor to the start-up ecosystem in Melbourne. In addition to their vibrant co-working spaces, they assist some of Australia’s brightest start-ups each sharing global ambitions to improve the world.
YBF have also recently expanded into Sydney through Hoist, a national partnership with Mirvac which currently operates out of the Australian Technology Park (ATP) in Sydney. With further international partnerships including Silicon Valley ecosystem BootUP, and coworking space Collision8 and accelerator TheFinLab in Singapore, YBF are well placed to assist their residents with expanding internationally.
Unsurprisingly, we’re thrilled to be partnered with YBF as one of their ecosystem partners in relation to immigration matters.
As a start-up, finding and securing top talent is sufficiently difficult without the additional hassles of acquiring appropriate visas and work permissions. We look forward to sharing our own expertise in smoothing out this process with YBF members, and allowing them to focus on what they do best.
About Hannan Tew
Hannan Tew is a specialised Immigration practice that is committed to assisting start-ups in the tech industry and new companies generally.
We have extensive big firm expertise in assisting corporate clients with employer sponsored visas and have helped some of the largest organisations in the world with their Australian mobility solutions. We have also had the pleasure of assisting and advising some of the world’s most successful start-ups get a foot hold in the Australian market space by promptly securing world class talent.
Australia’s migration landscape is complex and continuously shifting. As a start-up, being across these changes with clear and concise advice is crucial to get a step up on competitors.
If you’re a ‘start-up’ or new company looking to retain your foreign skilled talent, feel free to contact us by email at [email protected] or phone (03) 9016 0484 or (02) 8005 1484 for information about how we can help you.
You can also read more about our interpretation of the April and July 2017 457 visa reforms and their impact on the Technology industry.