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Regional Queensland Startup Ecosystem report

The Regional Queensland Startup Ecosystem report (PDF, 2.5MB) provides valuable data about the contribution regional startups make to Queensland’s economy.

The report quantifies the regional Queensland ecosystem around early stage digital technology companies—identifying key people, organisations, events and hubs that drive innovation. It's an in-depth insight into the diversity and unique aspects of the regional Queensland startup environment and associated infrastructure, which contributes to a robust ecosystem.

Call us on (07) 3719 7854 for more information.

Digital Economy Fast Forward Report

In 2015, we engaged CSIRO's Data61 to identify key technology trends and several plausible marketplace scenarios that may shape future demand for, and delivery of, Queensland Government services out to year 2025.
 
The Fast Forward Report identifies four key scenarios relating to Queensland's digital marketplace for public services in the year 2025.
 
The report is intended to support both Queensland Government agencies and the ICT/digital industry to identify, select and implement optimal strategies to achieve a better future.

Queensland Business Innovation Survey Report

The Queensland Business Innovation Survey Report 2014 (PDF, 1.4MB) tracks levels of innovation in Queensland's businesses to better inform how the business and research community can improve innovation in the state—to bolster Queensland's economy, develop new opportunities for Queensland firms and create better jobs for Queenslanders.

The report was produced by the UQ Business School on behalf of the Queensland Government.

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South East Queensland Startup Ecosystem report

The South East Queensland Startup Ecosystem report (PDF, 3.7MB) provides valuable data about the contribution startups make to Queensland's economy.

It quantifies the ecosystem around early stage digital technology companies—identifying key people, organisations, events and hubs that drive innovation.

It's an in-depth insight into the diversity and unique aspects of the South East Queensland startup environment and associated infrastructure, which contributes to a robust ecosystem.

Call us on (07) 3719 7851 for more information.

Queensland Startup Summit

This Queensland Startup Summit report (PDF, 347KB) provides a summary of the outcomes from the summit held on 12 December 2013.

It was hosted by the Minister for Science, Information Technology, Innovation and the Arts and brought together representatives from the different sectors of the local startup community.

Participants worked collaboratively to identify targets and key focus areas to help foster and grow Queensland's startup ecosystem.

Flexible work centre trial Queensland Government report

The Flexible work centre trial Queensland Government report (PDF, 346KB) contains a summary of key findings and recommendations from the Flexible Work Centre trial conducted by the Department of Science, Information Technology and Innovation (DSITI). The trial investigated the viability of teleworking from commercial flexible work centres. The 12 month trial commenced in April 2014 and was completed in March 2015. The Queensland University of Technology’s Urban Informatics unit was commissioned to evaluate the empirical data gathered in the trial.

The trial conclusively demonstrated that the use of commercial flexible work centres was appreciated and considered a productive and convenient alternative work accommodation by Queensland Government workers. A number of participants from across Queensland Government agencies took part in the trial. 

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Last updated
28 June 2016

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