An Industry Innovation Hub (summary)

John Spoehr, Lance Worrall

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    Abstract

    The Stretton Centre, to be housed in purpose built accommodation in Playford from 2015, aims to be a leader in the region’s industry and workforce development. Success in economic rejuvenation goes to those regions that build and institutionalise collaboration and purposeful cooperation between key players and decision makers, working to a strong plan. The international experience is unequivocal on this The Stretton Centre will be a leader in industry diversification and economic rejuvenation in northern Adelaide. It will draw upon local, national and international expertise to help build a world class economic and industry development facility in South Australia. With the Polaris Business and Innovation Centre (Salisbury), the Stretton Centre will focus purposeful collaboration between governments, industry and the university sector in the areas of economic and industry development, as well as in program delivery to businesses in the region. Stretton will become the vehicle for delivery of practical, effective, and high quality industry extension services close to end users, in line with international best practice.
    Original languageEnglish
    PublisherWISeR, The University of Adelaide
    Number of pages2
    Place of PublicationAdelaide, Australia
    Publication statusPublished - 2014

    Keywords

    • innovation
    • industry development
    • workforce development
    • economic development

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