Tennis Australia adds more companies to tech start-up programme

General view of Rod Laver Arena during the round two singles match between Novak Djokovic and Alex de Minaur (Photo by Lintao Zhang/Getty Images)

Tennis Australia has selected four more companies for its AO Startups programme, which gives companies the chance to have their technology piloted during the Australian Open and in other areas of Australian tennis.

The firms include cleantech start-up Calyx, which provides data-driven insights to understand the environmental impact of food items, and Equidi, which uses evidence-based insights to help businesses level the ledger on gender.

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