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QUT bluebox Robotics Accelerator Application Workshop 1

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Thinking about applying to the QUT bluebox Robotics Accelerator?

Make sure you submit the best application to better your chances with this application workshop!

Get some tips on how to refine your application and how to articulate your value proposition better.

Open to all Queensland residents, the QUT bluebox Robotics accelerator is a three (3) month intensive startup development program designed to assist new robotics ventures in accelerating their entry into the marketplace.

The Accelerator is run by QUT bluebox in partnership with Advance Queensland and ST Solutions Australia (STSA), a subsidiary of the SoftBank Corp.

THE ACCELERATOR WILL GIVE YOU ACCESS TO:

  • world class robotics experts and connections
  • highly experienced industry mentors
  • cutting edge entrepreneurship education
  • $15,000 in funding
  • Winning teams will receive opportunity to fly to
    Japan/U.S

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Dr Tim MacTaggart | QUT bluebox
Tim is a forward thinking entrepreneur, business leader and student of disruptive innovation. He has been involved in a number of industries over the past 20 years. He is a doctor of business administration (Deakin University) where he studied diffusion of innovation, focusing on the diffusion of disruptive technologies within technological systems. Tim is the inaugural QUT bluebox Entrepreneur in residence, founder of Smart Sensor Technologies, a company looking to bring intelligent environmental sensors to market, a casual lecturer in innovation at The University of Queensland and a regular blogger on issues relating to innovation and technological change. He has an engineering degree, and MBA and a Professional Doctorate from Deakin University

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