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BIIA 2018 Forum:  Theme: Building Tech, Innovation & Economic Networks

This year’s forum was successfully hosted by  Canberra Innovation Network (CBRIN)

Our presenter was Julian Webb (Managing Director CREEDA Projects/Consultant to the World Bank, and a member of the BIIA Board) who provided us with an in-depth perspective on where trends are heading.

Julian has been extensively involved in the BADIR Technology Incubator program in Saudi Arabia and, with Thea Chase from the USA (our international presenter at our Townsville forum last year), authored the paper ‘Business Incubator and Accelerator Sustainability’ which he presented at our forum.  

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Incubator Support Program

The Incubator Support Program includes $23 million to assist new and established business incubators to help start-up companies accelerate growth, access advice, capital and connections.

BIIA Membership

BIIA is a national organisation supporting professionals interested in business incubation and strategies that encourage innovation for industry and regions. Find out more about our network today.

Lean Startups

A Request from Member Alison Ollerenshaw: PhD Study Survey: Relationship between business incubator services (such as networking; mediation and training) and the well being of tenants.

Members may also be interested in taking part in a study to explore the relationship between the characteristic services of business incubators and tenants’ positive psychological wellbeing, from the perspective of incubator managers.

This study is being undertaken by Alison Ollerenshaw a PhD Candidate and Research Fellow at the Federation University Australia Ballarat Victoria a.ollerenshaw@federation.edu.au
Optional interviews are also being conducted for this research. The survey is available at: http://www.cerdi.edu.au/phd_study_managers

The South Australian Government is seeking expressions of interest for anchor tenants at a unique and ambitious entrepreneurship and start-up hub (Hub) in the heart of Adelaide’s CBD.

Seeking interest from experienced co-working and incubator organisations that can make a significant contribution to strengthening South Australia’s start-up community and growing a pipeline of future job-creating businesses by becoming anchor tenants in the Hub.

Registrations of interest are also invited from the entrepreneurial and business community, including start-up and scale-up businesses, accelerators, professional service providers to register their interest in leasing space or providing services.

The new Hub will be housed at Lot Fourteen, Adelaide’s seven-hectare creation and innovation neighbourhood and will become an iconic destination for entrepreneurs and innovators.

Lot Fourteen will be globally connected through its ultra-fast gigabit internet and is the only location of its type in Australia where you can work alongside investors and researchers and like-minded entrepreneurs and start-ups.

Nestled against the Adelaide Botanic Garden and a stone’s throw from some of the best restaurants, bars and shopping in the city, Lot Fourteen is one of the most exciting urban redevelopments in the world. For more information visit www.industryandskills.sa.gov.au/eoi

The Asian Association of Business Incubation (AABI) promotes business incubation activities by facilitating information exchanges among Asian incubators, incubator clients and related organisations.

Ultimately, this contributes to increased economic activity in Asia

BIIA Members also benefit from our close association with Asia.

Contact Lyn if this is something you would like to be considered for.

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