Our guest Innovator for July was Terry Stinson, former CEO and currently Non-executive Director of Orbital Corporation Pty Ltd., Non-Executive Chairman of Talga Resources and Non-Executive Chairman of Carnegie Clean Energy. Terry is an engaging storyteller who shared his insights on a variety of topics and provided attendees with a wealth of advice and encouragement to succeed.
Rebecca Kerr, General Manager of Technology for Roy Hill was our guest innovator for June. The discussion was facilitated by Susan Kreemer Pickford, General Manager of Engineers Australia. Rebbecca shared her insights on how to set up an innovative culture and capability set, noting the need for strong direction and consistent leadership to ensure success.
CORE Innovation Hub received funding from METS Ignited during Round 1 of their Collaborative Project Funds. Have a look at the case study on our work driving collaboration and the commercialisation of innovation in Western Australia and on a national level.
In this interview and Q&A, Thor discusses how hardware and software development are crucial for mining, how to procure talent for your business, and how to gain mass funding by non-traditional means. You can view the full interview thanks to our Media Partner Niche Interview.
CORE member Soter Analytics has been chalking up progress in the highly competitive, complex world of wearable tech. Through their CORE membership they've been introduced to people who could assist them grow. Read more about Soter's technology and their partnership with CORE in these articles from Startup News and Mining Global.
Congratulations to our Skills Catalyst, Sophie Hancock, on her recent board appointment to Director at Earth Sciences Western Australia (ESWA).
ESWA is a consortium of universities, the CSIRO, Minerals Industry partners, Oil and Gas Industry partners and other public and private organisations formed in 2003 to support teachers in Earth Sciences.
CORE are proudly sponsoring the WA Industry and Export Awards, Minerals Energy and Related Services category. The Awards honour the dedication, ingenuity and business acumen of WA’s best across 18 award categories.
We were fortunate to joined by Eric Jas, founder of Atteris as our guest Innovator for April. It was a great conversation with Eric sharing his advise and experience on persistence, team building and continual learning and improvement. You can view the full interview thanks to our Media Partner Niche Interview.
Startups can now better connect to our network through our Startup Partnership. A Startup Partnership provides you and your team direct access to the resources innovation ecosystem along with expertise and support from industry, government and academia through the CORE network, programs, events and special offers.
Sophie Hancock shares her experience reframing redundancy as career sustainability, and her career strategies for retention of diversity, including through the parenthood years.
CORE welcomed over 80 year 10 girls from schools around Perth to Inspiring Women in Business held by Engaging Education. The students learnt that ultimately each individual takes on the responsibility for their own happiness and success, that resilience is key. Its essential to stay true to yourself to achieve your goals, whatever they may be right now.
The Australian Institute of Geoscientists (AIG), celebrated the conclusion of our 2017 Mentor Program in WA with a dinner at CORE. At the end of our third year of running the program, we reflect on the growth of the participants this year, and on the maturing of the program as a whole.
The Subsea Supplier's Forum was held at CORE on 18 October. Run by CORE Partners Subsea Energy Australia, the Forum is a low cost opportunity for Australian subsea companies to present their goods and services to larger local companies and operators.
Unearthed's hackathons present a unique platform to connect innovators with miners searching for solutions to operational and technical challenges. These hackathons are held across the globe and are one of the programs driving Unearthed's vision that 50 companies will emerge from their programs by the end of 2020.
The Perth Machine Learning Group is striving to become a forum where confidence, knowledge and skills in Machine Learning can be developed and fostered through a commitment to teaching and community.