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Industry news | 09 November 17 | Commonwealth Bank
The number of Australian businesses that have become ‘disruptors’ has more than doubled in the past 12 months, as part of a spike in the level of innovation across the nation, according to early results from the latest Commonwealth Bank Business Insights Report.
Industry news | 02 November 17 | AJP.com.au
Digital technology company 1300 Web Pro is looking for pharmacies and other stakeholders in the pharmaceutical sector who are keen to trial the FridgeBrain VX Vaccine Smart Fridge.
Industry news | 30 October 17 | Technology Decisions
The Precinct collaboration space in Fortitude Valley is turning Queensland into a global start-up hotspot, according to the government.
Industry news | 26 October 17 | Brisbane Times
Queensland-grown algae is being touted as the next superfood to fight cardiovascular disease, cut obesity and tackle inflammatory disease.
Industry news | 25 October 17 | The Chronicle
New technology developed and trialed in southwest Queensland is six months closer to real-world savings for producers around Australia and global export.
Industry news | 20 October 17 | smartcompany.com.au
Accelerator program Slingshot has launched its first travel-focused regional accelerator, welcoming 12 Queensland businesses with a passion for supporting the state’s tourism industry into its three-month program.
Industry news | 09 October 17 | Australian Mining
The Queensland Government is encouraging collaboration between mining technology companies in the Bowen Basin through a pilot joint initiative with government-funded growth centre METS Ignited (Mining Equipment, Technology and Services).
Industry news | 05 October 17 | smartcompany.com.au
New Zealand hologram startup Point Zero is now basing its operations out of the Brisbane and Ipswich areas after being enticed across the ditch with $100,000 in funding from the Advance Queensland Hot DesQ program.
Industry news | 05 October 17 | InnovationAus.com
As he heads into retirement, Queensland’s inaugural Chief Entrepreneur Mark Sowerby used his outgoing speech on Wednesday blow the horn of the Buy Queensland policy. It’s definitely working, he says.
Industry news | 27 September 17 | The Gympie Times
Queensland chief entrepreneur Mark Sowerby will visit Gympie next week to inspire budding and existing entrepreneurs in the region. 
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