A crowd-funding campaign launched by CCIQ Collaborate accelerator hub residents Audeara Headphones has blasted past its initial six-figure target on day one. Read more.
Aboriginal elder Glenn Bird, who works out of the CCIQ Collaborate innovation and accelerator hub, launches his indigenous art app in Brisbane next week. Read more.
Imagine walking through open woodlands and rainforest across the pockets and bends of the Brisbane River, way back in the 1820s. Read more.
Folktale, one of the success stories of the CCIQ and Suncorp Bank #Small Business Challenges program, is ready to start telling your successful story. Read more.
Just a little over 10 months ago, our Suncorp Bank #SmallBusinessChallenges winners began their amazing #Startup journey and in only a short time are well on their way to success. Read more.
Kurt Alexander is a man on a mission to modernise safety certification for electrical contractors, simplifying red tape and making life easier for the 35,000 licensed sparkies in Queensland. Read more.
Queensland children who want to “run their own business” can join in the inaugural Lemonade Day on August 21. Read more.
The Top 20 ideas which could solve CCIQ-Suncorp Bank’s #SmallBusinessChallenges have been selected and are ready to begin the Collaborate program. Read more.
Almost 50 start-ups and entrepreneurs from across the state have kicked off 2016 by taking on the #SmallBusinessChallenges launched last month by CCIQ and Suncorp Bank. Read more.
Federal Assistant Minister for Innovation Wyatt Roy says Collaborate – a unique accelerator designed to build businesses focused on solving the problems of business – is part of the “new economy” which will drive the nation’s prosperity. Read more.
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) today announced Suncorp Bank as a foundation partner of Collaborate and a driving force behind the new #SmallBusinessChallenges campaign. Read more.
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) says Queensland small businesses will benefit on the back of Malcolm Turnbull’s billion-dollar innovation package announced today. Read more.
Federal Assistant Minister for Innovation Wyatt Roy will attend the official launch of Collaborate, an Australian first, which sees CCIQ and BlueChilli join forces to create a unique accelerator designed to build businesses focused on solving the problems of business. Read more.
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) says the State Government is on the right track with a new $40 million Business Development Fund. Read more.
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) has welcomed Brisbane City Council’s Innovative Proposals Policy as a significant step forward in procurement, business support and achieving Brisbane’s commitment to being a new world city. Read more.