Sam Birmingham is a multiple company founder and recognised leader in Perth’s innovation ecosystem. Amongst other projects, he is the Co-Ordinator of StartupWA and lectures on entrepreneurship at UWA.
Opinion: Large business organisations are tentatively opening up to the benefits of employing an agile approach to management.
WA needs to take a fresh approach if it is to develop (and attract) the innovation and investment needed to create the jobs of the future.
Amid an erosion of trust in the institutions supposed to serve us, questions are being asked about what comes next.
Many tech startups are seeking to have a positive social impact, while also locking in revenue streams.
ANALYSIS: From ride-sharing to mining, WA should embrace opportunities flowing from digital disruption.
The blockchain is a powerful tool of trust and verification, writes Sam Birmingham.
The right kind of government assistance could provide a timely fillip for WA’s startup and innovation community.
Beyond their obvious value to the startup and tech sectors, hackathons are increasingly being used by big business to drive innovation.
Managing the swelling wave of technological change will require a whole-of-economy approach.
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