Malcolm Turnbull


The startup community’s innovation statement wish list

12:42PM | Thursday, 3 December 2015 |  What does the startup community actually want from the government?

Innovation statement must reinvent the wheel – or throw it away

12:08AM | Thursday, 3 December 2015 |  Will the Prime Minister be seduced by flying cars and very fast trains in his innovation statement on Monday?

Pollie techs: Coding bootcamp for politicians where kids do the teaching

11:45PM | Wednesday, 25 November 2015 |  Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull was one of around 40 MPs who attended the event at Parliament on Wednesday morning.

Tech capital: Melbourne taking up the Slack

11:25AM | Tuesday, 24 November 2015 |  Malcolm Turnbull’s favourite group-messaging app to set up shop in Melbourne.

Why we need more diversity in technology

10:00PM | Thursday, 15 October 2015 |  It hasn’t been an easy ride for Australian startups in recent years. We're losing talent to overseas markets, and we are still failing to properly employ women in areas of technology.

Universities Australia urges major investment in innovation amid bipartisan embrace of the future

10:13PM | Wednesday, 7 October 2015 |  Universities Australia is releasing a pre-election blueprint calling for major investment.

How to create more entrepreneurs and investors for Turnbull's 'agile' Australia

10:47PM | Tuesday, 6 October 2015 |  Perhaps it’s because spring has arrived, but the change of government seems to have brought new life and more optimism to Australians.

Australia still lagging in innovation and competitiveness: Report

10:24PM | Thursday, 1 October 2015 |  Australia has made small gains in global competitiveness rankings but there is still a need for increased business sophistication and innovation.

The government's focus on innovation is too narrow

9:24PM | Wednesday, 30 September 2015 |  In recasting the narrative of his “21st Century government” Turnbull must ensure the innovation focus isn’t too narrow.

‘Startup’s best friend’ Malcolm Turnbull becomes prime minister

9:28PM | Monday, 14 September 2015 |  Malcolm Turnbull, the politician voted to be most supportive of startups, will be the 29th prime minister of Australia after winning a leadership ballot against Tony Abbott.