Insights into the National Innovation 2030 Strategic Plan

Insights into the National Innovation 2030 Strategic Plan

NSW
Dec 8
The CEDA NSW final Innovation and disruption series event for 2017 welcomes Bill Ferris AC, Chair, Innovation and Science Australia to deliver a keynote address discussing the National Innovation 2030 Strategic Plan.
 

Speakers

Bill Ferris AC, Chair of Innovation and Science Australia
Richard White, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, WiseTech Global
Petra Andrén, Chief Executive Officer, Cicada Innovations

Event overview

Innovation and Science Australia is tasked with establishing Australia among the top tier of innovation nations, known and respected for its excellence in science, research and commercialisation.

CEDA welcomes Bill Ferris AC, Chair, Innovation and Science Australia as he delivers a keynote address and shares his priorities to drive Australia’s industry and innovation policy agenda throughout 2018, including the National Innovation 2030 Strategic Plan.

In addition, CEDA’s final instalment in the Innovation and disruption series will convene an expert industry panel to examine the following:

  • Policy priorities for enabling Australian industry to reach its industry 4.0 potential;
  • Australia’s standing with regard to commercialisation and collaboration between research and industry, both within Australia and abroad; and
  • Promoting innovation and science as an enabler of new industries and job creation.

Meet the keynote speaker

Bill Ferris AC
Chair of Innovation and Science Australia

Meet the panel

Richard White
Founder and Chief Executive Officer, WiseTech Global

Petra Andrén
Chief Executive Officer, Cicada Innovations

Supported by CEDA members

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