Lucky Country Disrupted

The Lucky Country Disrupted: Innovation, Collaboration and Competition in a 21st century Australia 

Australia 3.0 was delighted to host a provocative and practical panel discussion in Sydney 17 November exploring the challenges and opportunities for a country in transition. Moderated by Sandy Plunkett, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Consultant and National Committee member of the Pearcey Foundation, the 90 minute discussion  engaged industry and policy leaders.

David Rohrsheim GM Uber Australia and New Zealand Jason Clare MP Shadow Minister for Communications
Nick Abrahams Author “Digital Disruption in Australia”

Australia’s ability to compete requires more than just growing the crop and yield of Australia’s ambitious internet, software and IP-driven startups. Our traditional industries and companies in mining, agriculture and services must also become 21st century versions of themselves. Entrepreneurship and technological expertise must be core to our cultural, educational and economic progression.

How will Australia embrace new approaches to collaboration, competition and regulation in the hyper-competitive global digital economy? How will we measure success along the way? Read more >>

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Australia 3.0 thanks the Australian Computer SocietyData61 CSIRO  and the Pearcey Foundation, for their ongoing partnership and their support of this event.