PyCon Australia gratefully acknowledges the support of our sponsors, without which the conference could not go ahead.

If you are interested in sponsoring, please download our sponsor prospectus, and get in touch!

Platinum Sponsors

Spriggy is a rapidly growing Australian start-up, based in Sydney. Spriggy is on a mission to educate kids about money in an increasingly cashless society, to help prepare them for the future and deliver real value to families.

Established in 2016 by co-founders Mario Hasanakos and Alex Badran, more than 250,000 Aussie members have already chosen Spriggy to teach kids to make better decisions with their own money.

A multi-award winning Australian fintech startup, Spriggy has been featured on the H2 Ventures / KPMG Fintech 100 Emerging Star list among international tech giants, recognised as the Best Banking Innovation by Finder in 2017 and was named Best Fintech Startup at the 2018 Australian StartCon Awards.

We love Python. Our platform has been developed in Python from day one and we are proud to have the opportunity of supporting PyCon AU and the Python community.

If you would like to talk to us about the challenges we've faced and overcome in our journey to date, come and find us at the conference!

We're a business where the team is encouraged to tackle problems head on, challenge the status-quo, to learn and grow - not only as individuals but as a team. If you love Python and what we're about, we're always looking for talented engineers to join our team. Head over to our website, email us at or come and have a chat during PyCon AU.

Find out more about us at

Gold Sponsors

PyCon AU 2019 can only operate with the generosity of our sponsors. If you are interested in helping our event, please see our Call for Sponsors and download our prospectus

Gold sponsorship is limited to six sponsors only


Fun fact - In 2019 every school kid in Australia from Grades 3-8 is learning to code. And lots of them are doing it through courses on Grok Learning.

Our platform helps teachers teach things like Python, Web and micro:bit. One of their favourite things is our auto-marker - we give feedback to students by running their code on our servers (a sandboxing nightmare!).

We've got interesting problems to solve, like - How do you simulate a micro-controller for marking? Can we design an interface that helps you understand code? How do you write a course that kids find engaging?

Our platform is built on Python (with other stuff) and our office is over in Glebe, near Sydney University. If CS education interests you, you should chat to us.

The Django Software Foundation is a US-based non-profit organisation with the mission to promote, support, and advance the Django Web framework - the Web framework for perfectionists with deadlines.

Django is a high-level Python Web framework that encourages rapid development and clean, pragmatic design. Built by experienced developers, it takes care of much of the hassle of Web development, so you can focus on writing your apps without needing to reinvent the wheel. It’s free and open source, and used by startups and Fortune 500 companies - companies like Instagram, Pinterest, NASA, and the US Library of Congress.

The Django Software Foundation sponsors sprints, meetups, gatherings and community events, protects the intellectual property of the Django project, and contributes to improvements in the Web industry, both technical and social.

The Django Software Foundation is the Specialist Track Sponsor of DjangoCon AU 2019


Linux Australia is the peak body for Open Source communities in Australia. PyCon AU 2019 is run under the auspice of Linux Australia.