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Jun 2017

Palaszczuk Government maintains Advance Queensland momentum

Minister for Innovation, Science and the Digital Economy and Minister for Small Business The Honourable Leeanne Enoch

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The Palaszczuk Government will commit over $50 million in 2017-18 maintaining the momentum of its $420 million whole-of-government\n Advance Queensland initiative.

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Minister for Innovation, Science and the Digital Economy Leeanne Enoch said today (Wednesday) Advance Queensland will continue to position\n Queensland as the innovation state.

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“So far, Advance Queensland has backed more than 900 innovators and is supporting more than 2100 jobs,” Ms Enoch said. “This coming\n financial year, we will spend more than $50 million unlocking the opportunities that are key to our future.\"

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Ms Enoch said the 2017-18 Queensland Budget also committed $10 million to the Advance Queensland Ignite Ideas program, which has already\n provided nearly $16.5 million to almost 120 businesses in the past 18 months.

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“Due to overwhelmingly positive feedback, the Palaszczuk Government is committing to a third round of funding under this program to\n support Queensland innovators and businesses,\" she said.

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“The Ignite Ideas Fund is encouraging investment in innovation and supporting small businesses in a diverse range of industries such\n as health, agriculture, construction, tourism, mining, natural resources, and energy and renewables.\"

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Queensland’s Chief Entrepreneur Mark Sowerby supported the move to back another round of Ignite Ideas.

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“This program is working and I have been talking to people with great ideas who are keen to apply,” he said.

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\"Ignite Ideas is a program that's doing what it's meant to - giving Queenslanders a chance to start a business, employ people and create\n jobs and wealth.\"

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Brisbane-based MOVUS has built FitMachine, a machine condition monitoring solution powered by artificial intelligence.

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The business now employs 14 full-time staff and 12 part-timers, up from just four staff a year ago, thanks to a $100,000 grant from\n Ignite Ideas.

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“Ignite Ideas gave us the fuel in the can to get our product out to market – it gave us credibility with customers and most importantly\n sales,” said founder and CEO Brad Parsons.

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“We’ve achieved double the sales we expected, we’re getting requests from overseas and we’re targeting new investment to take us to\n the next level in a few months.”

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Applications for the third round of Ignite Ideas funding will be open for the next four weeks.

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Ms Enoch said the Ignite Ideas Fund was just one of the many Advance Queensland programs making life better for Queenslanders by supporting\n businesses to create jobs.

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“We will continue to help small businesses grow by connecting them with the best minds in the state,” she said.

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“In 2017-18, 12 regions will roll-out a collaborative approach to innovation to boost jobs and opportunity across the state under the\n $6 million Advancing Regional Innovation Program.

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“Advance Queensland will help scientists discover new solutions to improve lives and enables ground-breaking work to be conducted in\n areas such as early skin cancer detection, reducing run-off to the reef and transforming Queensland’s agricultural waste products\n into advanced composites.

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“And we will support a diversity of research talent through funding for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander researchers, and backing\n the exploration of advanced health improvements.”

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Ms Enoch highlighted the role platform technologies like big data, sensors, artificial intelligence and autonomous vehicles will play\n in the state’s future.

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“Queensland has the potential to be a globally significant player in platform technologies - improving the competitiveness of key industries\n and creating new opportunities for small firms,” she said.

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“Government itself can be a lead customer of innovation and in 2017-18 we will expand our efforts to harness innovation to deliver\n better services and create more opportunities to work with small business.”

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May 2017

MOVUS on the INTEL Solutions Directory​

The Solutions Directory is your source for industry-leading solutions

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Apr 2017

Congratulations are in order for MOVUS on becoming award winners in KPMG Australia’s Energise program.

Article from: ACAC Innovation Winning first place in the Investment Pitch category, and a...

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Winning first place in the Investment Pitch category, and a runner up for the Customer Pitch, MOVUS in making waves with their innovative FitMachine.

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“Supported by major energy and natural resources companies including Woodside, Wesfarmers Chemicals Energy & Fertilisers, South32, BHP Billiton and\n Chevron Australia, Energise is an intensive program to help startups develop and commercialise their products,” KPMG reports.

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Apr 2017

Safescape, MOVUS and Ozius Spatial are KPMG Energise winners

Three of Australia’s most promising energy, mining and natural resources startups take home awards at KPMG Australia’s Energise accelerator program graduation night.

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Three of Australia’s most promising energy, mining and natural resources startups take home awards at KPMG Australia’s Energise accelerator program\n graduation night.

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Gary Smith, KPMG WA Chairman commented: “We’re delighted to be recognising not just the three Energise award winners, but all 12 of the\n fantastic startup teams who are bringing new ideas and technologies to the energy, mining and natural resources sectors. It has been a journey\n of discovery for both the startups and our corporate participants, who have truly engaged with the program.

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This is the second time the program has run, with 12 startups participating: seven in Perth and five in Brisbane. Through Energise, the\n startups have gained access to a mentor panel which includes expertise from international and local entrepreneurs and innovation specialists.\n They were also given support by KPMG Australia in areas such as company set-up, product development and market insight.

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Ashley Brown, KPMG Energise Program Director, commented: “We are extremely happy with the development we’ve seen in all 12 of the Energise cohort, who are now gaining traction with a national and indeed global energy and resources audience. It has also been fantastic to see the\n collaboration occurring between the corporate participants from Woodside, Wesfarmers Chemicals Energy & Fertilisers, South32 BHP Billiton\n and Chevron Australia, and their willingness to engage with the startups.”

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  • Fleet Engineering: Through its product Spatula, Fleet Engineering helps companies manage fleets of assets, field staff and\n jobs. With real time tracking, dispatchers and customers are able to benefit from improved visibility of a delivery, helping reduce unnecessary\n downtime when waiting for deliveries and services.
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