Government staff in Western Australia get access to hot desks

Atomic Sky hosted the WA Government’s initiative launch earlier this week at Tech Hub, to promote the introduction of two hot desking centres for public sector staff. Andy Lamb hosted Premier Colin Barnett and Deputy Premier Liza Harvey, who announced the policy to…

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Learning from the innovation success of Finland with Atomic Sky

Last month saw the Atomic Sky team host the ‘Finland Australia Innovation’ breakfast, as part of the Executive Innovation Series. The series brings global trends and collaboration together to facilitate local implementation, and Finland’s ground breaking movements in both tech…

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Community: Introducing Lean and Agile entrepreneurship

Today the Atomic Sky team, along with Perth entrepreneur Mike O’Hanlon and the Innovation Quarter Team from UWA, were invited to Wandoo Reintegration Facility, to run a workshop to introduce Lean and Agile entrepreneurship thinking to some of the residents….

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Leadership Breakfast Series: Crowdicity

Earlier this month, Atomic Sky hosted their first event for the returning Leadership Breakfast Series. The morning focused around Crowdicity, an idea management software designed to harness innovation from the crowd. Atomic Sky CEO Andy Lamb welcomed the group of 20,…

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Community growth with Andy Lamb

Atomic Sky CEO Andy Lamb recently presented at the ‘on the podium’ talk series at the Southern Districts rotary club. The series is run by ‘superb speakers selected for their ability to present topics of interest and impact for small business’.  He emphasised corporate…

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WA Innovator Awards 2016 Announced

Robotic Bricklayer Fastbrick Robotics won the WA innovator awards for 2016, with its prototype bricklaying machine, the ‘Hadrian X’.  The West Australian reported the machine is “transported on the back of a small truck and lays bricks to replicate a 3D-designed…

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Corporate Innovation: SME’s gain startup industry support

The growth of a corporate innovation/start-up ecosystem has made recent news, with Mining News reporting on Atomic Sky’s focus on data and Fintech capability for SMEs. The article highlights the move away from asking start-ups for equity, and instead how support programs like Energise are focusing on…

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Start Something Commercialisation Winners Announced

The Start Something Commercialisation winners for 2016 have been announced. The prizes were awarded after a competitive process including pitch events, lean business plans and progress during the ‘Start Something from Research’ commercialisation programs in Perth. Dr Josephine Muir of…

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Murdoch Researchers Step Up to Start Something Pitch Contest

Seventeen research staff and PhD’s from Murdoch University competed at the Start Something from Research pitch contest on the 2nd September. Pitch nights like these have many benefits, and are proving a key part of the research commercialisation acceleration funnel. Dr…

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Why the corporate world needs startup thinking

We all know that businesses just starting out need the support, financial or otherwise, of big corporate companies. But what you might not realise, is the impact Startups can have on the inner workings of some of the largest companies…

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