Advance Queensland is our vision for the future and our investment in a stronger Queensland economy. Funding of $650 million is supporting programs that drive innovation, build on our natural advantages, and help raise our profile as an attractive investment destination.
Advance Queensland is our vision for the future and our investment in a stronger Queensland. Funding of $650 million is driving innovation to tackle today's challenges and grasp tomorrow's opportunities.
The Precinct, located in Brisbane's Fortitude Valley, brings together Queensland startups, incubators, investors and mentors under the one roof.
Assisting the development of local AI talent and attracting world-leaders in AI to Queensland.
The Office of the Queensland Chief Entrepreneur (OQCE) is led by the Queensland Chief Entrepreneur and is an Australian first. It plays a vital role in building and promoting the importance and contribution of entrepreneurship and investment in Queensland.
We’ve searched high and low for the craziest success stories, innovative tech and remarkable ideas to bring you something indescribably special this year. We’re even flying a bunch of Silicon Valley stars across the pacific. With over 100 speakers and 5,000 participants, Myriad 2018 is our most vibrant festival yet.
The Department of State Development, Manufacturing, Infrastructure and Planning is developing a series of industry roadmaps as part of the Queensland Government's Advance Queensland program.
The Advance Queensland Expert Panel is an advisory body that brings together successful leaders from across the business, academic, research and education sectors who can provide broad-based expertise and independent advice to government in the implementation of the Advance Queensland initiative.
The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Business and Innovation Reference Group brings together an outstanding group of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander entrepreneurs, business leaders and researchers to provide strategic advice on matters that impact Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
In 2016–17 former Department of Science, Information Technology and Innovation (DSITI) commissioned market research company Colmar Brunton to find out about the Queensland public’s perceptions and attitudes towards innovation.
Funding of $650 million is supporting programs that drive innovation, build on our natural advantages, and help raise our profile as an attractive investment destination.
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