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Propelling Australian Innovators into Global Manufacturing through Innovativity

A unique four day program developed by the Advanced Manufacturing CRC (AMCRC) to help Australian manufacturing companies develop, protect and commercialise intellectual property is being held in Melbourne and Brisbane.

 
PRLog - Sep. 19, 2011 - BRISBANE, Australia -- A unique four day program developed by the Advanced Manufacturing CRC (AMCRC) to help Australian manufacturing companies develop, protect and commercialise intellectual property is being held in Melbourne and Brisbane.

Aimed at those involved in the design and development of products, processes and technology within manufacturing organisations, this program removes the guesswork from innovation processes and illustrates how to innovate more effectively.

Taking place in Melbourne on the 4th, 11th, 20th and 25th October, and in Brisbane on the 9th, 16th, 23rd and 28th November, Innovativity will cover a range of topics including; Innovation pre-assessments, the Innovation imperative, pre-empting the market, maximising intangible assets, go to market R&D, business planning and strategy, resourcing, maximising innovation value and sustainability and innovation post-assessment business reviews.

With key expert speakers and high quality related materials, the Innovativity program designed to ensure businesses get the most out of innovative practices in their business.

Jim Walker, CEO of QMI Solutions, of which Innovativity presenter, the Australian Institute for Commercialisation is a division:

“The inaugural Innovativity program in June was a great success, with a range of SMEs and manufacturers in attendance. We introduced them to a practical innovation framework to apply within their businesses and help take their innovations to global markets. ”

The June program also delivered tangible value for attendees: “This world leading course will give you the tools you need to maximise innovation in your organisation, in a targeted way that will help with attaining commercial success. This course is applicable to any business in any maturity” said attendee Adrian Morphett of Earth Systems.

On completion of Innovativity, attendees are also encouraged to utilise the ongoing 24/7 online support to supplement program learnings.

The four day program in is $3,500.00 per person which includes all workshop materials and catering. For more information please visit http://www.ausicom.com/events-334-innovativity-program-su... or call (07) 3364 0614 or e-mail education@ausicom.com.

About the Australian Institute for Commercialisation (AIC):
The AIC, a division of QMI Solutions, is a leading service organisation helping innovators achieve commercial success. Around Australia we help business, research organisations and governments convert their ideas into successful outcomes.

About QMI Solutions
QMI Solutions is dedicated to improving the skills, performance, innovation and capability of industry. We achieve this through the provision of specialist knowledge and expertise to industry implement workforce development strategies, operational enhancements and innovations, and to link industry with major projects, researchers and technology solutions.

Media Contact:
Steve Bryant, Senior Marketing and Communications Manager, QMI Solutions
s.bryant@qmisolutions.com.au   +61 7 3364 0748

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The Australian Institute for Commercialisation provides innovation services that help organisations grow. We work with entrepreneurs, businesses, research organisations and governments to convert ideas into successful business outcomes.

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