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    UNAA Victoria/Future Business Council SDGs Collaboration Lab

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    On 19 September, UNAA Victoria and the Future Business Council will run the first ever SDGs Collaboration Lab in Melbourne.

    This half-day interactive collaboration workshop - facilitated like a ‘hack’ workshop – will be a not to be missed opportunity to innovate together, capture best practice, foster ongoing collaboration opportunities and form ongoing strategic partnerships.

    The outcome orientation is designed to formulate projects, ideally cross-industry collaboration on innovation with a focus towards driving new product development, new services, and industry solutions, that will include engaging entrepreneurs to help solve industry problems.

    UNAA Victoria and Future Business Council are setting the collaborative tone to invite big business and entrepreneurs to unlock creativity and ideation in a workshop to collaborate on projects and enact social innovation across Australia – centred around the SDGs.

    Participant Benefits

    -Leadership development for emerging and current leaders

    -Strategy development, new ventures and strategic partners underpinned by innovation and design thinking

    -SDG Acceleration and Achievement - whether you’re a leader in SDGs or at the start of the journey, this event will enhance your corporate capacity to deliver against the Goals

    -Opportunity to build ongoing strategic relationships across industries and with entrepreneurs both to benefit your SDG goals and your broader business objectives

    -Corporate participants: You will be a market mover lead participant and get access to the industry-wide insights from the innovation-led workshop “hack” to gain an unfair advantage within your industry

    -Entrepreneurs: you will play a key role in provoking thought and bring a solutions mindset to the lab, to also gain access to pitch into the problems that arise from the different industries participating.


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