Do you want to know more about IoT (Internet of Things)?
Precision Agriculture use of IoT via Fungis – Far North… https://t.co/JhpOTEZdXx
— Startup Tablelands (@starttablelands) March 14, 2017
Founder Startup Tablelands
Christine Doan. In an entrepreneurial life driven by purpose, Christine has tackled all of her campaigns with gusto, adopting an approach, which is alternative, sustainable, innovative, and just plain different.
The causes may have looked disparate, such as what links riding a horse at the Olympics and building up a multiple bottom line property development?
In wildly different disciplines, she consistently faces the future seeking to uncover where it is leading and has always been willing to stand out from the crowd and point the way.
A personal mission is to be part of creating a Tablelands which thrives economically without sacrificing its exquisite environment and cohesive communities.
She sees that the 21st century offers new business-based avenues to achieve that goal by incorporating purpose, design and technology.
Christine promotes Start Up Weekends as one of the bootcamps to shape the apprentices who will build that vision along with her and other innovative, entrepreneurial spirits collaborating for a vibrant Tablelands.
Christine Doan with fellow naturalised immigrant and local entrepreneur , Manjindar Singh, at the TRC Aus Day Awards ceremony.
The little one was all too pleased to help hold up the Industry and Innovation Award that Christine accepted on behalf of the Startup and Innovation Tablelands Drivers’ team.
Congrats to the team and to our best mentor ever, Troy Haines!
Startup and Innovation Tablelands (ST) has contributed to the local economy and society by opening up pathways for developing entrepreneurial mindsets and skillsets. ST is dedicated to capacity building for new and existing business owners and has become a source of educational opportunity and inspiration. ST has encouraged new ways of thinking and a community focusing on independence, innovation, collaboration and self-reliance. ST offers Tablelanders opportunities to learn about modern forms of business so they are able to create their own businesses. ST has brought substantial grant funding to the Tablelands to stage two major and unique events as well as dozens of smaller events and workshops. ST sees the combination of innovation and agriculture to be the way forward for our region, and are working on ways to make the Tablelands more investment friendly and ready. from http://www.trc.qld.gov.au/tag/australia-day/