Invest News November 2018 - Choose Brisbane

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Invest News November 2018

The Queensland Government has committed to fund an Artificial intelligence hub in Brisbane's Fortitude Valley, which would serve as a training centre, a co-working space for AI start-ups, and a networking space for businesses.

- More via The Courier Mail 

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Queensland has named its new Chief Entrepreneur, Leanne Kemp – the first woman to fill the role - who founded Everledger, a leading blockchain start-up which uses emerging technology enterprise to track the provenance of high-value assets such as diamonds. 

- More via Technology Decisions

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Brisbane start-up hub Fishburners has expanded by almost 60 per cent to meet the growing demand for Queensland’s start-up community.

- More via Brisbane Times 

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The Capital marked its second birthday by adding two new accelerator programs, including a launch pad to help startups scale into Asia, as the centre continues to grow the number of high-value, globally competitive businesses being established in the wider Brisbane area.

- More via Choose Brisbane

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Brisbane has seen a record influx of visitors from China and the USA, which has helped to once again smash Brisbane’s tourism records.

- More via Choose Brisbane 

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Dorabot, a market-leader in AI-powered robotic logistics solutions, has announced the establishment of their first overseas R&D center in Brisbane.

- More via Dorabot 

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Emergence 2019 is coming to Brisbane in February, bringing 1,500 attendees who represent High-Net-Worth and Professional Investors, Industry, Government bodies, Founders, Managing Directors and CEOs, with the vision to open doors and avenues of opportunity for participants in the emerging technology and innovation ecosystem.

- More via Emergence 

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To mark the opening of their first Brisbane location, shared workspace company WeWork is offering one local business the chance to win an office space at their Edward St location for a whole year. To enter, just tell them how WeWork could help your business grow, and you could see yourself join a diverse community of over 320,000 members around the world.

- More via WeWork 

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