The Brisbane Report

Brisbane has extraordinary people doing incredible things. The Brisbane Report taps into their expertise, opinions and insights, delivering compelling stories on what makes the city's diverse business sectors tick and the opportunities available for investors, entrepreneurs and innovators.

Each month The Brisbane Report focuses on a different industry, with our guest editors curating content from their areas of expertise. Join our mailing list to receive The Brisbane Report in your inbox monthly, or find our stories below.

Property & Tech Edition

Ian Campbell, the Founder and CEO of Brisbane company Aire Software, says artificial intelligence is a match made in heaven for the data-filled property industry.

Co-Founder & Managing Partner at Taronga Ventures Jonathan Hannam says it’s all about taking that first step towards innovation, and if you don’t, you risk being left behind.

John Christian from CBRE 360 says the future of the workplace is all about integration and connectedness. Here he takes us through their journey into this space.

Special Edition: Reinventing the Brisbane River

Brisbane has re-engaged with the river in a really nice way, and the development of Howard Smith Wharves will be transformative from a public space perspective at that section of the city.

Architects from firm Architectus discuss just what it takes to make Brisbane’s built environment truly connect to the river and the city.

Shaun Munday of Place Design Group says reinventing Eagle Street Pier will be a game changer for Brisbane.

August Edition: Agtech

Robert Henry from QAAFI (Queensland Alliance for Agriculture and Food Innovation) says the innovation and research happening in Brisbane is making the city a key place for agtech developments.

The Global Forums in Innovation in Agriculture (GFIA) series is coming to Australia. Sales Director David Stradling takes us through their story and why they chose Brisbane.

Peter Waterhouse predicts an ‘avalanche’ of ground-breaking developments in CRISPR technology in the next two years, with big benefits for food producers and consumers.


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