The origins of Remarkable go back to a global competition that sparked the development of a solar powered wheelchair and an Australian first hackathon event called “Enabled by Design-athon” organised by Cerebral Palsy Alliance in 2014 in partnership with the University of Technology Sydney and FutureGov.

Telstra Foundation were in attendance at the design-athon and out of this came a partnership that started out as Life Labs and became known as Remarkable which launched in April 2016.

Remarkable is a division of Cerebral Palsy Alliance and is funded by Principal Partner icare Foundation and with support from Telstra Foundation and Microsoft.


To harness the power of technological innovation for driving inclusion of people with disability.


Cerebral Palsy Alliance is an organisation that provides family-centred therapies, life skills programs, equipment and support for people living with cerebral palsy and their families.


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Pete Horsley
Remarkable Founder

Pete has more than 10 years’ experience in the not for profit sector in youth, corporate engagement, social impact and innovation. He has a penchant for good design starting his career as a landscape architect. Now he eats way too many eggs and hopes one day to be an extra in a movie.

George Miller, Operations & Community Manager for Remarkable
George Miller
Operations & Community Manager

George thrives from finding technical solutions to problems and is always looking for ways to give back time to others by creating sophisticated automations, systems and tools. George has worked in many roles prior to Remarkable, from a degree in engineering, finding himself working in brand management, influencer marketing and finally settling in the start up ecosystem here in Sydney. He comes with a wealth of real world problem solving experience with an invaluable understanding of operations from a people function perspective.

Outside of work you will find George swimming, cycling and running in a quest to keep up his status as a Great British Age Group Triathlete.

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Margaret Cheng
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Margaret thrives in creatively building skills, learning experience and networks needed for purpose driven entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs to bring about impact. Margaret’s experience includes playing an instrumental role in establishing Haymarket HQ, an advisory committee member of the Sydney Startup Hub; and part of the core TEDxSydney team. Margaret loves enabling situations to connect people and build community, embracing the unknown; and scoring a free meal or two.​

Adeline Chu, Entrepreneur in Residence
Adeline Chu
Entrepreneur in Residence

Adeline has been a founding team member of award winning start-ups in nanotech, fintech, and edtech. Prior to her startup journey, she worked in senior marketing positions with global companies such as American Express, Ogilvy & Mather, and Philips. Adeline has mentored with CSIRO, muru-D, Founder Institute, Cicada Innovations, NTUitive and A*STAR. She is an Entrepreneur-in-Residence with Remarkable and BlueChilli.

Alan Jones
Entrepreneur in Residence

Alan was an early employee of Yahoo, cofounder of HomeScreen Entertainment, and a founding investor in Pollenizer and Startmate. He is now a General Partner with M8 Ventures and an Entrepreneur-in-Residence with Remarkable.

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