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20 FEB, 2018

Disruption and Drinks - Occasional talks (and drinks) on creative social entrepreneurship

Near Future: Beyond Co-working and Incubation. What We Can Learn and Apply from Best Practice in European Innovation

Near Future: What We Can Learn and Apply from Best Practice in European Innovation is the first in an occassional talks and drinks series hosted by the Old Ambo.

In this the first talk of the series for 2018, Michael Doneman, Chair of the Board of SCAIP Inc, the managing body of the Old Ambulance Station, offers insights and commentary drawn from his recent tour of Europe, bringing focus in particular to two projects:transforma bxl in Brussels and the Valletta Design Clusterin Malta.

From the point of view of his role at the Old Ambo, and also his membership of the #SCRIPT (Advancing Regional Innovation Program) consortium, Michael is passionately engaged with the role of innovative processes for the development of creative businesses, aligned with urban and community development and social enterprise. His talk touches on best practice emerging ‘beyond co-working and incubator’ spaces, informing the continuing growth of the Old Ambulance Station as a social enterprise and informing the innovation ecology of the Sunshine Coast.

Date: Wednesday 7 March, 5.30 for 6.00-7.00 lecture, 7.00-8.00 drinks and networking

Venue: Main Gallery Space, Old Ambulance Station, 80 Howard Street, Nambour

Cost: No cost, this a free event, however registration is required for catering considerations.


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