Regional Startup and Innovation Seminar Series
Mackay, Rockhampton, Gladstone, Maryborough
27th April to 1st May 2015
Four years ago, Luke Anear was a small business owner in Townsville creating and selling safety and quality documents to businesses both large and small. By embracing digital technologies, Luke transformed his company Safety Culture. He now employs 50 people, his online mobile system has recorded over 10 million safety audits worldwide, he has clients such as British Airways and General Electric and he is significantly improving safety standards across the world.
Technology, and particularly the internet, mobile devices and today’s ubiquitous access to global information by both people and machines is having far reaching implications to Queensland communities and businesses both large and small. These impacts bring both risk and, as with the example of Safety Culture, great opportunity.
The ilab Regional Startup and Innovation Seminar Series will explore these themes, the implications, methods you can use to take advantage of and respond to the opportunities with specific reference to business and collaborative examples.
The ilab Regional Seminar Series is designed to identify those leaders and future entrepreneurs willing to develop their technology-based business ideas to the next level, and to create connections with innovators looking to develop local startup eco-systems.
ilab and MPT Innovation Group
We invite you to join Bernie Woodcroft, Director of ilab and Gary Morgan, Director of the MPT Innovation Group, and learn more about Queensland technology start-ups and their customers, and how they are gaining competitive advantage through innovation in a rapidly changing market.
To attend one of these breakfast seminars, please sign up here:
Mackay – Mon 27th Apr, 7:30am to 9:30am
Rockhampton – Wed 29th Apr, 7:30am to 9:30am
Gladstone – Thu 30th Apr, 7:30am to 9:30am
Maryborough – Fri 1st May, 7:30am to 9:30am
Email Bernie.firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
ilab and Regional Innovation Seminar Series are supported by the State Government of Queensland.