New Pathways to Prosperity: A National Innovation Framework for Australia

22 November 2006

The Business Council of Australia today launched a national innovation framework to boost innovation outcomes and ensure Australia can meet the fast-emerging economic challenges of the 21st century.

New Pathways to Prosperity: A National Innovation Framework for Australia, highlights five priorities for the creation of a framework that business believes are necessary to improve and sustain Australia’s innovation performance against global competition.

Chair of the BCA’s Education, Skills and Innovation Task Force and Managing Director of Microsoft Australia Mr Steve Vamos said: “Our capacity to innovate will be more and more important in sustaining economic growth, capitalising on future economic opportunities and meeting the challenges presented by an ageing workforce and an increasingly connected and competitive global economy.”

Click on the links below to view the news release and the framework.

Blueprint for Australia to Become the Innovative Country (news release)

New Pathways to Prosperity: A National Innovation Framework for Australia