Everyone who innovates has a story to share. As the old saying goes “a story is best shared” and there’s hundreds of successful AgTech stories from across Queensland that can be put up in lights.
Do you have one (or know of one) that needs to be told?
The Office of the Queensland Chief Entrepreneur is on the hunt for 222 stories in 2022 from innovators to represent the rich diversity of Queensland’s innovation ecosystem.
Win a free mentoring moment
Sharing your story could win you a 30-minute mentoring momentum with Wayne Gerard, Queensland’s Chief Entrepreneur or a select member of the Innovation Advisory Council. There’re mentoring moments available each month of 2022.
The Office the Queensland Chief Entrepreneur says they are “looking for stories from Queensland businesses, start-ups, founders, researchers and research institutes, innovators, community and ecosystem leaders, government and more.”
Female and Indigenous founders, regional go-getters, young entrepreneurs, multicultural innovators are encouraged to get involved.
How to submit your story
Go to the Office of The Queensland Chief Entrepreneur website to submit your story.
You’ll need to record and then upload a video of no more than two minutes outlining:
- what innovation means to you
- what problem you’re solving in 2022
- why Queensland is the place to innovate.
Your story could also be shared by the Chief Entrepreneur and be featured or promoted throughout the year.
Hear from Wayne Gerard, Queensland’s Chief Entrepreneur
Opportunities for start-ups to be showcased
Are you a start-up? Applications are now open for Queensland-based start-ups to feature at the Queensland Chief Entrepreneur's Start-up Expo at BiiG 2022, April 27-28 2022.