GovHack 2022 saw teams from across Australia collaborate and compete against one another (and teams from other countries) to make the most of open government data.
Moreton Bay, in their second year of participation, had a great performance and saw local teams bring home 4 wins, 3 runners up, and 4 honourable mentions. The Moreton Bay Regional Council even won an award itself, for its active involvement in the competition.Read More
The Low Carbon Accelerator Program is now online and open for applications!!
This will be an amazing opportunity for Queensland’s low carbon innovators.
Applications close 11 September, with the program running from October 2022-March 2023.Read More
Calling all budding Entrepreneurs, the global franchise Techstars Startup Weekend is coming to Moreton Bay for the first time, where individuals with big ideas will work together and hear from mentors, investors, and sponsors, to found and build a business.
Creative businesses across the Moreton Bay Region with big ideas or a desire to grow are encouraged to apply to be part of the inaugural Creative Industries Demo Day that will be held at the Caboolture Hub in May.Read More
“SurePact is a company with an incredible future”: Federal Minister Peter Dutton visits SurePact
Federal Member for Dickson Peter Dutton has visited SurePact’s offices in Samford to congratulate the company on its progress since receiving the Boosting Female Founders Grant.
Applications are now open for Queensland based startups to apply to be part of the Queensland Chief Entrepreneur's Startup Expo at BiiG 2022!
This years’ BiiG conference will be held in partnership between Queensland Treasury (through the BiiG Network) and the Queensland Chief Entrepreneur (QCE).Read More
Are you doing something amazing in Queensland?
Simply share a 2 minute video sharing what you're doing that's great, and why you think Queensland is the place to innovate, and you could win a private mentoring moment with the Chief Entrepreneur.Read More
A key force that propels the economy forward is the exponential growth achieved by some small and new businesses. However, identifying small to medium enterprises (SMEs) with high growth potential is a key challenge for policymakers and investors alike.
Did you know your obligations under the Australian Consumer Law still apply whether you run a business online or at a brick-and-mortar store?
Learn more about your rights and responsibilities as a business online.Read More
Australian researchers will aim to "reimagine intelligence" and transform how humans and robots work together as part of a $12 million CSIRO projects.
The newly launched $12 million Collaborative Intelligence (CINTEL) Future Science Platform, part of CSIRO’s Future Sciences Platforms portfolio, aims to research new and emerging technologies for Australia.
The platform aims to move beyond machines replacing people or automating their jobs, and instead strives to create teams to maximise the benefits of human and machine intelligence.
Coles launched the $50 million Nurture Fund in April 2015, to help Australian food and liquor producers innovate and grow.
Since then, they have provided more than $28 million in financial support to more than 80 small and medium-sized businesses.