The following article by BRW highlights 10 of the most interesting facts from the SEQ Startup Ecosystem Report, which estimates the economic impact of disruptive technology in 2025 could be more than $96 billion, or roughly 24% of the state’s future economy:
There is a debate about whether governments should encourage entrepreneurship and innovation all around Australia, or focus on creating an Australian version of Silicon Valley.
Mike Cannon-Brookes, co-founder of one of Australia’s greatest start-up success stories Atlassian, recently argued that Australia needs to back one city to be the hub of start-up activity and that it should be Sydney. Zach Johnson, the American chief executive of Sunshine Coast-based Atmail, responded with a piece arguing for decentralisation.
Now the good folk over at Boundlss have put together a report on the start-up economy in south east Queensland.
Read the full BRW article: 10 things you didn’t know about start-ups in south east Queensland.