In the Central Highlands region of Queensland, about 10 hours drive from Brisbane lies the rural locality of Gindie. With a population of less than 500, you won’t see much beyond the local primary school and the grain silos. But nestled in this small town on the family farm of
By Natasha Teakle Buzz words get thrown around in the innovation and commercialisation space all the time. Some are often overused – or incorrectly used – while others are not given the level of consideration required. Value Proposition is one of those, and learning to communicate yours is an important
Clients often ask us “When is the right time to apply for Accelerating Commercialisation?” In this video, Commercialisation Facilitator, Jonathan Chak breaks down the answer. Want to learn more? Register for one of our Information Sessions here or contact us to arrange a chat with one of our Commercialisation Facilitators.
The commercialisation of an Australian technology that turns a native seaweed into a livestock feed is thrusting agriculture and aquaculture to the forefront of the world’s fight to arrest climate change. By Brad Collis A large glass flask sits in prominent view on dairy farmer Richard Gardner’s sideboard for all
Ahead of the game While the market for user-friendly, browser-based video production software was once underserved, the Covid-19 pandemic has seen a boom in new products. But Entrepreneurs’ Programme grantee Clipchamp has already established a firm presence in the space and they’re determined to maintain momentum in an increasingly competitive
Faster, Safer, Simpler Mining Processes More than three years after receiving just under $600,000 in matched funding from the Australian Government, Davies Wearplate Systems have been acquired by global mining technology & services company, Metso Outotec. Efficiency meets Economy Davies applied for the Entrepreneurs’ Programme in 2017 to support the