Australian Innovators stun the US Market at G''day USA in New York
L-R: Greg Clark, Christopher Saenger, David Thomson, Darren Alexander, Fran Bailey, Thomas Blum, David Lerner, Robert Pangia, Chris Aitken, Alan Murray
A capacity audience
Moderator Alan Murray
L-R: Darren Aexander (Autech) and judges Alan Murray, Thomas Blum, Christopher Saenger, David Thomson, David Lerner, Greg Clark, Robert Pangia
The Hon. John Olsen, Consul General to New York presents the Innovation trophy to Darren Alexander of Autech (Tasmania)
Australian Innovation - A Shoot Out
The Australian States were well represented at the Innovation Shoot Out as part of the G’Day USA celebrations in
Each State had only five minutes to make their pitch addressing the value proposition, point of difference and market potential of their innovation.
Autech software and design’s Colortrend-e.
A new type of in store color selection for the paint and decorating industry that makes catalogues and color chips obsolete.
A new approach to integrated bio- sample collection and handling systems. www.bsdrobotics.com
New South Wales
EvoGenix focuses on the rapidly growing field of antibody therapeutics – a high demand area for development of new pharmaceuticals. http://www.evogenix.com.au/
Iatia Ltd is a provider of technology software that enables materials and items to be seen with unprecedented depth and clarity. www.iatia.com.au
iCeutica’s Encapsulated Organic Nanoparticle (EONtm) Platform addresses two key problems facing the global pharmaceutical industry. www.iceutica.com
In The Chair (ITC) is a music technology company that makes playing music fun and easy! www.inthechair.com
Led by Mr Alan Murray, Assistant Managing Editor and Columnist of the Wall Street Journal the judging panel were quick to probe the presenters with questions of market entry strategy, technical capability and intellectual property protection.
With great applause the
Advance congratulations Darren Alexander, Autech Software & Design Chief Executive officer in what was a well deserved win.
Advances wishes all the State finalist well in all their endeavours and look forward to seeing another round of Australians competing with the best next year.
Source: Tasmanian Government