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Adopting emerging technologies could boost Gross State Product (GSP) by an additional 11.8 per cent to 2035, which is equivalent to $11,600 per person or $27,400 a household.
The state’s innovation precincts will help drive NSW’s future economic strength and attracting and supporting world-class anchor tenants is critical to growing these powerful ecosystems, according to new research by the NSW Innovation and Productivity Council (IPC).
NSW has Australia’s strongest startup ecosystem, world-leading universities and an unparalleled opportunity to attract major new investment, according to the latest NSW Innovation and Productivity Scorecard.
Creative, innovative and highly-skilled workers will be an important part of the state’s post-pandemic economic success, with new research by the NSW Innovation and Productivity Council (IPC) highlighting the importance of ‘human capital’.
The NSW Innovation and Productivity Council has released its Let’s Collaborate report which explores the benefits of cooperation and mutuality between SMEs and researchers, and how they can collaborate more often.
The NSW Innovation and Productivity Council has released its NSW Remote Working Insights Report, which unpacks the lessons of widespread remote working.
A new report released today reveals that 255,000 of the State’s employing small businesses are standout performers when it comes to their contribution to jobs and profitability, but need to focus on more innovation to help them grow.
NSW Network to Drive Innovation and Sustainability in Waste and Recycling.