TRAINS and Boats and Planes is an old song by Burt Bacharach and Hal David more than 50 years ago. It could be the title of a theme song in South Australia now as we think about the big projects kicking off in this state.
The question, though, is how small firms can join in big […]
It’s the longest running and most successful entrepreneurial program of its kind, connecting the South Australian business community to students, academics and the general public through competition. Since its inception by the ABS’ Entrepreneurship, Commercialisation and Innovation Centre (ECIC) in 2001, the Australian eChallenge has attracted over 2370 participants in 530 starts ups, and distributed […]
The Entrepreneurship, Commercialisation and Innovation Centre (ECIC) will run a business incubator in France for the next five years thanks to an agreement with the French city of Châlons-en-Champagne, in the heartland of the champagne wine region.
Known as ThincLab Châlons, the incubator is aimed at supporting excellence in innovation and entrepreneurship, and is based on […]
The University of Adelaide’s Entrepreneurship Commercialisation and Innovation centre (ECIC) and Family Business Education and Research Group (FBERG) have successfully launched the Australian eChallenge NextGen with a number of South Australia family businesses signing up for the program. This has been made possible through the support of the South Australian Government’s Department of State Development […]
ABS Professor Ockie Bosch and Dr. Nam Nguyen are a formidable team, revolutionising the way governments, organisations and people tackle complex issues, globally.
There’s a definite air of excitement at the ABS as the Evolutionary Learning Laboratory (ELLab) – their generic process for tackling complex problems – is developing a new type of thinking. Based on collaboration and developing a shared understanding it’s already having a profound impact on project problem solving, creating workable implementation plans for projects […]