Tenants of the Precinct
The Precinct brings together emerging innovators and entrepreneurs under the one roof to help foster collaboration and build a thriving entrepreneurial culture.
Find out more about the foundation tenants.
|River City Labs||Steve Baxter & Peta Ellis||River City Labs offers co-working and programs for to develop early stage technology and startup businesses. They develop and promote entrepreneurial activity in the mobile, Internet, telecoms and technology sector in Brisbane and surrounding regions in Australia.|
|eHealth||Dr Richard Ashby||eHealth Queensland develops statewide eHealth innovation, strategy, planning, standards, architecture and governance to provide modern ICT infrastructure and customer support for desktop, mobile, smart devices, telehealth, data centres, network and security.|
|Data61/CSIRO||Rudy Van Kerckhof||The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) is the federal government agency for scientific research in Australia. Its chief role is to improve the economic and social performance of industry, for the benefit of the community.|
|Softbank Pepper Studio||Takatoshi (Taka) Watanabe & Kiroko Katayama-Legg||SoftBank Group Corp. is a Japanese multinational telecommunications and Internet company. They have now established an Australian entity and opened their first Australian Pepper Studio at The Precinct. The Studio will be home to the Queensland Government and SoftBank Proof of Concept project and the QUT and SoftBank Humanoid Robotics Accelerator program.|
|Clipchamp||Alex Dreiling & David Hewitt||The Clipchamp team have been working since 2014 on developing unique, proprietary technology to bring video to the internet. Clipchamp’s innovative video compression approach, inbuilt privacy, and browser-based video converter and webcam recorder have served millions of users around the world.|
|Chief Entrepreneur||Steve Baxter||The Chief Entrepreneur is the state’s startup ambassador working with local, national and international entrepreneurial communities to help develop and grow Queensland’s innovation ecosystem and attract investment.|
|Myriad||Murray Galbraith & Martin Talvari||The Myriad team is hosting an annual three day innovation, technology and startup festival packed with a world class program of events, workshops and activities designed to generate global connections for small businesses, entrepreneurs, and investors alike.|
|FindMe Technologies||Bruce Jeffers||Find-Me Technologies is the creator of a wearable technology that helps care for dementia sufferers and is hoping to grow locally and expand overseas.|
|CyberLabs||Peter Maynard||CyberLabs is an early stage startup established by serial entrepreneur Peter Maynard CyberLabs focuses on developing new technology-based solutions to enhance cyber security.|
|R&R Strategic Advisory Pty Ltd||Bruce Stubbs||R&R Strategic was formed to rapidly implement new ideas, processes and technologies for Start-Ups in order to quickly reach profitable reality and full market potential through our Informal Acceleration and Funding.|
|Airway Medical Innovations||Dr Julio Alonso||Dr Julio Alonso is Intensive Care Specialist. Medical Director ICU who has developed a specialist intubation device that makes it easier for medical staff to intubate patients in intensive care or emergency units.
The device is in early stage commercialisation.
|OneVentures||Anne-Marie Brikill||OneVentures is a venture capital firm. The companies and the individuals supported by OneVentures are commercialising products and services that tackle large global market needs and seeking to accelerate their international growth and development.|
|Open Data Institute (ODI)||Jamie Leach||The ODI was co-founded in 2012 by the inventor of the web Sir Tim Berners-Lee and AI expert Sir Nigel Shadbolt to address today’s global challenges using the web of data. ODI’s mission is to connect, equip and inspire Australians to innovate with data.|