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#SCRIPT Regional Innovation Hubs Alliance Workshop II
Wed. 14 December 2016, 7:00 am – 10:30 am AEST
We look forward to welcoming you to the #SCRIPT Regional Innovation Hubs Alliance Workshop II, your contribution, and to sharing any key themes and findings for further discussion.
Key Note Speakers include: Councillor Frank Wilkie, Deputy Mayor Noosa, and Councillor Steve Robinson, Economic Development and Innovation Portfolio, Sunshine Coast Regional Council.
Panellists include: Carolyn Bullen of Noosa Shire Council, Anne Lawrence of Sunshine Coast Regional Council, Darrell Edwards of RDA Sunshine Coast, Emma Greenhatch, Food and Agribusiness Network, Mark Paddenburg of the Innovation Centre Sunshine Coast, Dr Steve Boyd of CCIQ Noosa, Sean Bannister of Silicon Coast, Graham Black of CQU, Gary Swanepoel of Junction2, Dr Erica Mealy USC.
The #SCRIPT Workshop will start with Breakfast at 7am and commence at 7.30am, running until 10.30am.
07:00 Breakfast and informal Q&A, discussion
07:30 Welcome from Councillor Frank Wilkie, Deputy Mayor Noosa
07:40 Welcome from Councillor Steve Robinson, Economic Development and Innovation Portfolio, Sunshine Coast Regional Council
07:50 Innovator Keynote: Ross Hopper, Owner Maleny Dairies
08:00 Moderated Multi-stakeholder Leadership Panel Discussion with Q&A
08:30 Breakout session
09.00 Findings plenary session
09.30 Moderated Collaborative Community Panel Discussion with Q&A.
10.20 Next Steps
The #SCRIPT Regional Innovation Hubs Alliance Workshop is one of a number of mechanisms partners, stakeholders and the community will have to contribute for the initial 1 month period, unless otherwise advised, including:
The #SCRIPT LinkedIn Group: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/7074145
The #SCRIPT Innovation Project Submission Checklist
#SCRIPT Bi-monthly Innovation Interlink Partner webinars
These #SCRIPT collaboration platforms brings together partners and stakeholders with the purpose of building a shared understanding of the Sunshine Coast Region’s Innovation Pipeline over a short, initial, 1 month consultation period.
Our goal is to build a Business-to-Business and Business-to-Government collaborative innovation pipeline where new ideas can be trialed in a regional innovation setting through the moderated posting of well-considered questions and responses about innovation in the Sunshine Coast region.