CEA backed TrademarkVision launches ‘deep learning’ image recognition for IP protection

CEA backed creative-tech startup, TrademarkVision, has announced the release of its ‘deep learning’ algorithms to further enhance its world leading image recognition technology. Law firms and corporates around the world leverage TrademarkVision to protect brands through visual search. However, highlighting the ... More

CEA helps Hot DesQ entice more startups to Australia

Australia’s creative-tech hub, QUT Creative Enterprise Australia (CEA), has today announced that two new startups will establish Australian operations onsite, via Queensland Government’s Advance Queensland Hot DesQ initiative. Artificial Intelligence (AI) biographer, Eternime, has secured a $100,000 grant from ... More

CEA announces 2017 accelerator for Australian fashion entrepreneurs

Fashion Accelerator re-launched to support Australia’s $28.5 billion fashion market December 2016: QUT Creative Enterprise Australia (CEA) has announced that applications are now open for its 2017 Fashion Accelerator program as it looks to discover Australia’s next big fashion export. CEA’s Fashion Accelerator is ... More

Relive the highlights of Creative3 2016

From live streaming to business investment, gaming and education, this year’s Creative3 Forum explored the full spectrum of growth and opportunities in creative-tech. With creative industries now contributing $90 billion annually to the Australian economy, Creative3 celebrates the innovation happening in this sector. ... More

2016 Creative3 Pitch finalists announced

Australia’s top five aspiring creative entrepreneurs to pitch to angel investors and compete for a place at the 2016 Creative Business Cup in Denmark Australia, 17 August 2016: QUT Creative Enterprise Australia (CEA) has today announced five finalists who will go on to pitch to angel investors at this year’s Creative3 ... More

Fireside Chat: What’s next for Australian fashion?

From fashion technology to social media disruption and sustainability, nothing was off the table when five of Australia’s most influential fashion experts came together to discuss the future of the fashion industry. Starting a fashion label in Australia has traditionally been a risk for our homegrown designers. Isolated ... More

Paul Zahra gets behind the next generation of Australian creative entrepreneurs

QUT Creative Enterprise Australia appoints Paul Zahra as Global Creative Catalyst 4 August 2016: QUT Creative Enterprise Australia (CEA) today announced the appointment of Global Retail Advisor and former David Jones Limited CEO and Managing Director, Paul Zahra, to the role of Global Creative Catalyst. The backing ... More

Fashion industry heavyweights to speak at Brisbane’s exclusive Fashion Accelerator Showcase

Australia’s next-gen fashion entrepreneurs present to industry leaders Vogue Editor-in-Chief Edwina McCann and Louise Love Brand founder Alannah Hill join panel discussion 25 July 2016: To celebrate the 2016 finale of Australia’s only Fashion Accelerator Program for emerging fashion entrepreneurs, QUT ... More

Academy Award winner to speak at Australia’s largest creative-tech summit

Academy Award winner to speak at Australia’s largest creative-tech summit First confirmed speaker line-up announced, including That Startup Show’s Anna Reeves and Stashd co-founder Jessica Wilson Conference committed to boosting Australia’s burgeoning creative-tech ecosystem Australia, 14 July 2016: ... More

CEA partners with YouTube to support Queensland’s next generation of global video talent

Australia, 18 May 2016: QUT Creative Enterprise Australia (CEA) has today announced it is partnering with YouTube and the Queensland Government to deliver two new funding programs that support the state’s ever-growing band of YouTube creators – Creator Originals and Queensland Originals with YouTube. The new ... More