As part of our Vision to provide and promote opportunities to increase knowledge and ideas among stakeholders in the innovation sector of North Sydney, we are delighted to provide access to the following industry reports.

Feel free to submit any appropriate reports to our email and we will upload them accordingly.


Australian Women in Business

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Published: 2015
Geography: AUS
Author: Australian Bureau of Statistics

Australian women are increasingly becoming business operators, perhaps to improve their family’s
social and economic wellbeing, remain attached to the labour force and better manage their work-life
balance. Just over a third of Australia’s business operators are women (34%), and their numbers are


BIAC Women in Entreprenuership Report

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Published: 2015
Geography: World
Author: BIAC

The OECD Recommendation on Gender Equality calls on governments to reduce the gender gap in entrepreneurship
activity. This Report seeks to offer practical experience in identifying best practices for women’s entrepreneurship activities.


National Skills Overview

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Published: 2021
Geography: Australia
Author: Australian Industry and Skills Committee

The National Skills Overview provides high-level analysis of industry skills needs and the factors and trends affecting the demand for skills at a national and cross-industry level.


MedTech Workforce & Skills Review

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Published: 2015
Geography: Australia
Author: Deloitte Access Economics

This report was commissioned by the Medical Technology Association of Australia (MTAA) which represents companies in the med-tech industry. This report was prepared by Deloitte Access Economics solely for the MTAA on behalf of the NSW Medical Technology Knowledge Hub. The Medical Technology (MedTech) industry makes a significant social and economic contribution in Australia, improving healthcare outcomes and generating innovation and growth. As such, this report provides a review of the medical technology industry’s workforce and skills and further recommendations.