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Creating communities of innovation

Our presentation at the recent Regional Futures Conference organised by CQUniversity and held in Rockhampton can now be viewed on Youtube, click here to view.

Colin Graham, founder […]

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    Beyond Silicon Valley – Creating Communities of Innovation

Beyond Silicon Valley – Creating Communities of Innovation

Causeway Innovation’s Founder – Colin Graham – has been invited to be a key note speaker at the 2016 Regional Futures Conference to be held in Rockhampton, 21-24 June […]

TEDx talk: Innovation Anywhere (2/2)

Learning from remote communities

So let’s go back to Iceland. Iceland has around 320,000 people, 100,000 square kilometres – basically a lot of space and not many people. Not totally unlike […]

TEDx talk: Innovation Anywhere (1/2)

There’s been a lot of talk about innovation, maybe too much talk. And a lot of that talk about innovation is about innovation in Apple, Google, Facebook and Twitter […]

Growing businesses & jobs (2/2)

This is part two of a summarised and edited interview with Colin Graham of Causeway Innovation by Mike Sullivan, Editor of Business Acumen.

The video interview covers growing jobs and […]

Growing businesses & jobs (1/2)

This is part one of a summarised and edited version of an interview with Colin Graham of Causeway Innovation by Mike Sullivan, Editor of Business Acumen.

The video interview covers […]

The first 4 Steps in building an Innovation Ecosystem

Colin Graham, Causeway Innovation

Regardless of who takes the lead, what are the first steps in developing an innovation ecosystem?

It’s a little bit of a ‘chicken and egg’ situation in […]

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    Growing an Innovation Ecosystem – it’s all about people and place

Growing an Innovation Ecosystem – it’s all about people and place

Ecosystems are networks of living organisms that interact with each other and their physical environment. The concept of an innovation ecosystem is attracting increasing attention but is not always well […]

Who takes the lead? Government or entrepreneurs?

Many regions and nations across the world recognise the need to support the startup and growth of innovative businesses to generate new wealth and employment. A fundamental question is […]

The growth of Silicon Valley

Silicon Valley is the best-known example of an innovation ecosystem with the world’s greatest concentration of entrepreneurs and investors. The establishment of Stanford University in 1891 was probably the […]