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How might Advance Queensland improve our startup ecosystem?

It’s early days for Advance Queensland, but the response from the state’s startup community has been overwhelmingly positive. Championed by Minister for Science and Innovation Leeanne Enoch, shown above at an Advance Queensland Budding Business Brains Workshop, Labor’s $180 million job package has attracted endless ...

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Top 10 stories of 2014

It’s been a heck of a year for Queensland innovation, and for us here at TSJ. From Startup Weekend QLD to GovHack to Creative³, 2014 had something for entrepreneurs and tech lovers of all persuasions. So come with us and revisit some of ...

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Creative³ Pitch winners head to global championships, may bring event home

The winner of this year’s Creative³ Pitch competition, longterm-timelapse app Project Tripod, is headed to Denmark this weekend for the world championships in creative entrepreneurship, the Creative Business Cup. A first for Australia, Creative Enterprise’s involvement with the event represents global ...

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Creative³ and the ingenuity of success

Creative³, for those unlucky enough to miss it, had some pretty pertinent advice for budding entrepreneurs. “The underlying message of the event is that creativity counts,” MC and Archipelago Architect’s Peter Edwards said. “It’s a powerful, powerful thing.” “A lot of ...

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Creative Enterprise backs visual search engine

Visual search technology company See-Out Pty Ltd is the first start-up to receive funding from the Creative Enterprise Fund. The fund, operated by QUT Creative Enterprise Australia (CEA), along with angel investors, has backed See-Out so the company can recruit developers to work on ...

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1.2 million reasons to get creative

QUT Creative Enterprise Australia (CEA) last week announced a new $1.2 million investment fund exclusively for startups in the creative industries. On hand to officially launch the fund on Tuesday morning at QUT’s spectacular Room 360 was Brisbane Lord Mayor ...

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