BSI Connection

Category: Engagement

Shaping the next generation of Japan-Australia relations

The bilateral relationship between Australia and Japan is a close and long-standing one. While our governments and think tanks nurture the ongoing relationship, it… Read More

New circular economy masterclass

The transition to a circular economy requires us to transform the way we create products, services, and systems, and is dependent on how we learn… Read More

Importance of keeping a learning mindset when engaging in international markets

Mr Scott Ashton, Director, International Markets, Trade and Investment Queensland delivered a guest lecture to 7921IBA International Business class on 5 August 2019. Mr Ashton… Read More

Understanding economic integration in the energy and environment sphere

Economic integration between countries and co-ordination of their economic policies lead to increased economic links (Balassa 2013). The dynamics of economic integration revolves around major… Read More

Enhancing the intercultural business capabilities of women entrepreneurs from India

India is the fastest growing start-up ecosystem in the world, yet the presence of women within this space is very limited. A study by Mastercard… Read More

Aspiring entrepreneurs gain valuable insights to tap into the next big idea

Students, innovators and entrepreneurs came together for an opportunity to learn from each other through an exchange of ideas, as well as understanding how the… Read More

Brexit – deal or no deal. Facts, fallout and future

“The dominant perspective among those of us who look at international trade is that Brexit is not a sensible move for the UK.”… Read More

Building blocks to innovative leadership through experiential learning

Dr Heather Stewart from the Department of Business Strategy and Innovation and Dr Deborah Delaney from the Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics ran… Read More

Sisters support business together

An ageing population is a global phenomenon and Australia is no exception. Although there are labour shortages experienced in many industries, participation of over-50s, particularly… Read More

Putting consumers in the driving seat

For applied research to have an impact it is imperative to know what the end-users want. Therefore, we first need to identify the end-users and… Read More

Connecting culture and robotic technology: The future of aged care in Australia
Pandemics. What are they good for? Rapid innovation adoption!
Cassandra flourishes in Honours program
Griffith Entrepreneur in Residence inspiring students to create change for good

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