QUTCEA Collider Speaker Series is here for 2019!
Hear from international serial entrepreneur, Chris Heuer, at the first Collider Speaker Series for 2019. The evening will explore ‘Ecosystem Thinking and Redesigning the Startup Game’.
Don’t miss the chance to meet Chris at his first public appearance in Brisbane and hear first-...
On June 12, 2019 the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) in partnership with QUT Creative Enterprise Australia (CEA) delivered a bootcamp in Kuala Lumpur for students from Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia. Aptly titled SwitchOn, the one-day experience has been designed by CEA to help students develop the mindset and tools used by the world's bright...
Calling QUT Business School and Creative Industries Faculty students! Are you ready to be a CIA student!?
For the first time ever, we are seeking creative and motivated individuals to be Collider Internship Associates.
The Collider Internship Associates is a new initiative that will provide a pool of 6-8 interns, called associates, to assist the cohort of ...
The stage lights were dim as purple lasers danced across the stage. The auditorium was silent just moments before the sound of our entrance music began. I can’t remember exactly the type of generic electro that beamed through the speakers that night, but I do remember it wasn’t Cars by Gary Numan. A track we’d planned previously.
Though without ...
A video marketplace and an interactive organising platform are among the four finalists who have been selected to compete at Australia’s biggest creative tech conference later this year
QUT Creative Enterprise Australia (CEA) has announced the upcoming startup companies who have been accepted into the Collider Accelerator
creative tech program.
Nine startups from across Queensland will be given the opportunity to grow and scale their business across the five month program, due to begin in June.
Each startup will receive seed capital ...
Former APN News & Media chief executive Brett Chenoweth has called for more capital to be invested in start-up firms in the $90 billion creative sector of the Australian economy as he prepares to take a key role in driving a new incubator, accelerator and investment fund in the space.
Mr Chenoweth has been appointed chairman of QUT Creative Enterpr...
QUT Creative Enterprise Australia has announced Australia's first-ever creative tech accelerator at Brisbane's Myriad festival.
31 March, 2017 -- QUT Creative Enterprise Australia (CEA) has today launched the Collider Accelerator
Program, Australia’s first ever startup accelerator specifically designed for the creative industries.