Trajan Accelerator featured as an initiative for the 2020 economy and beyond

Trajan Accelerator featured as an initiative for the 2020 economy and beyond

June 16, 2016

From the Business/Higher Education Round Table (Australia):

The Seeds of Transition: Initiatives for the 2020 Economy and Beyond

A repositioned economy based on structural change enabling knowledge/IP translation and not restricted by geography is an outcome that will serve Australia well as we move further into the 21st century. And so it is that the contributors for this edition of the B/HERT News bring a focus to initiatives that will be a part of this journey.

Read the article Trajan Accelerator; An Initiative to Build Sustainable Businesses Driven by Passionate People with Great Ideas on pages 9 - 11 of B/HERT News #35.

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