Wednesday 22 June 2011

Gilmore exits AIC with sobering assessment for Start-ups "Start Up Smart"


Gilmore exits AIC with sobering assessment for Start-ups "Start Up Smart"

Rowan Gilmore has quit his post as the chief executive of the Australian Institute for Commercialisation, admitting that conditions for start-ups haven’t greatly improved during his tenure.

Gilmore says he will be “looking for a new challenge” after departing the AIC. Dr John Kapeleris, currently deputy chief executive, will be interim CEO of the organisation.

During Gilmore’s tenure, nearly 2,000 businesses have received help getting their ideas to market, via programs such as TechFast , Tech Clinic and Commercialisation Bootcamps .

View the full article at: Start Up Smart


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