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Innovation strategy maps out spending plan

A co-funding program with angel investors and a commercialisation fund for Western Australia’s universities are the ‘big ticket’ items in the state government’s $20 million innovation strategy, released last night.

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Perth
Great idea. Hopefully this innovation strategy will lead to more value adding high end manufacturing startups.

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