The new innovation paradigm

The new innovation paradigm

Jun 15
CEDA welcomes two inspiring young leaders behind the growing entrepreneurship movement in Perth - Brodie McCulloch and Mark Shelton, founders of Spacecubed and Bloom - to share their insights into the new innovation trends being driven by technology and thinking outside of the box.


Brodie McCulloch, Founder and Managing Director, Spacecubed
Mark Shelton, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Bloom

Event overview

24753~CoplandFutureLeadersSeriesWEBresolution.jpegThe rapid rate of technological development and its integration into our lives is changing the way people think about and approach work. The conventional nine-to-five job working loyally for one company is no longer the reality – instead, innovators of all ages are coming up with ideas and creating solutions to challenge traditional paradigms, all whilst working flexibly from anywhere at any time. 

Co-working spaces such as those run by Spacecubed and Bloom are at the forefront of this movement. In this context, Brodie and Mark will talk about:

  • Why are young people rejecting traditional careers to follow the risky path of becoming entrepreneurs?
  • What are the keys to success for start-ups and innovators?
  • How can companies integrate an ethos of innovation and collaboration throughout their business?

Meet the speakers

Brodie McCulloch
Founder and Managing Director, Spacecubed

Mark Shelton
Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Bloom

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