North Sydney Innovation Monopoly board Edition

If your company is an innovator based in Northern Sydney, you can get it to feature as a property on this exclusive edition of Monopoly, the most popular board game in the world!

We have partnered with Hasbro and Winning Moves, to create this first-ever Monopoly board showcasing innovative Australian businesses and startups.

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Australian Innovation Ecosystem Map

We are mapping startups, tech companies, investors, innovation teams, and the overall innovation ecosystem of Australia. Want to see where innovation and entrepreneurship is happening? Take a look at our map. Browse or search now.

Our goal is to quantify and visually articulate the diversity of Australia’s innovation ecosystem to increase accessibility and usability of those wishing to join or provide services to startups and innovative organisations.

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12 Tech Trends To Watch

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Published: 2021
Geography: Global
Author: CB Insights

From resilience in the C-suite to bringing the hospital to the home, technology in 2021 will draft off the accelerated trends brought about by social distancing measures and stay-at-home orders.

2021-08-19T16:01:35+10:00

Commercialisation Metrics

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Published: 2021
Geography: Global
Author: ATTP

Commercialisation of research has never been more important as humanity faces some of its greatest challenges. From vaccines that protect us against COVID- 19 to technologies that offset and defer the consequences of climate change, the impacts and availability of these technologies are largely due to the commercialisation of research through technology transfer, knowledge exchange or research commercialisation.

2021-09-13T19:19:27+10:00

ACS Australia’s Digital Pulse

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Published: 2021
Geography: AUS
Author: Deloitte Access Economics

ACS Australia’s Digital Pulse is an annual snapshot of Australia’s digital economy. This 2021 edition focuses on three key areas to improve the quality, and quantity of technology workers. Firstly, ensuring all Australian workers have the technology skills required by employers. Secondly, promoting gender diversity in the technology workforce and lastly, increasing professionalisation.

2021-08-06T17:48:53+10:00

Human Rights and Technology

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Published: 2021
Geography: AUS
Author: Australian Human Rights Commission

Australia should pursue innovation that holds true to our liberal democratic values. This means we should approach new technologies by being consultative, inclusive and accountable, with robust human rights safeguards. This Report provides a roadmap for how Australia should protect and promote human rights in a time of unprecedented change in how we develop and use new technologies.

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