Invest News February 2019
As part of Curocity Brisbane, QODE is shaping up to be one of the most innovative tech forums in Australasia, featuring more than 20 Australian and international experts. Telstra CEO Andrew Penn and Energy Queensland CEO David Smales will feature at the event with Queensland’s chief entrepreneur Leanne Kemp, Brisbane’s Chief Digital Officer Cat Matson, Boeing Next senior director Egan Greenstein and renowned Israeli futurist Roey Tzezana.
The Brisbane Report is pleased to extend a 15% discount on the following QODE tickets.
• A QODE Red gives access to the full two-day conference program, the exhibition floor with 150+ exhibitors and the workshop/ seminar program. Use the code QODEBM15 when booking online.
• A QODE Black give access to the exhibition floor and the workshop/seminar program. Use the code BMBLACK when booking online.
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A new AirAsia service between Bangkok and Brisbane will start in June 2019, which is set to fly four times-a-week and attract close to 25,000 visitors every year.
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Innovation and start-ups are booming in Brisbane. There’s plenty of reasons Brisbane is the start-up city, including its enviable lifestyle, strong economic momentum and a buzzing innovative vibe.
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Brisbane’s feasibility study into hosting the Olympic Games has shown there is a compelling case to bid for the 2032 Games across the SEQ region.
More via The Courier Mail
South-east Queensland could see Australia’s biggest “city deal”, with a proposal which could grow the SEQ economy by $58 billion and increase region’s productivity and competitiveness.
More via The Urban Developer
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk cut the ribbon on the first WeWork site in Brisbane at 310 Edward Street, with the company providing entrepreneurs and businesses the opportunity to scale, grow and collaborate locally.
More via StartUp Daily
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