Innovation Ecosystems: Lessons from Asia’s superstars

Asialink Business and Monash College are delighted to invite you to attend

Innovation Ecosystems: Lessons from Asia’s superstars

Date: Friday 17 November 2017

Time: 12.00pm arrival for 12.30pm start to 2.00pm

Venue: Monash University, Level 7, 271 Collins Street, Melbourne 3000

Cost:  $20 including GST.

Australia risks falling behind agile Asian economies in the race to drive the innovation agenda. To thrive, Australian innovators and entrepreneurs need to understand and tap into fertile innovation ecosystems across Asia.

Asia is positioned to drive global economic growth with real GDP expected to more than double by 2030.  Asia will likely account for around 70% of the world’s capital stock, lead capital exports, and unlock a new middle class with needs for goods and services. In response to these changes, Asian economies are already highly innovative and are often outperforming Australia in major innovation indexes.

Join Asialink Business and Monash College for a discussion on the innovation and policy agendas of Asian innovation superstars including India, China, Singapore and South Korea. Find out more about the Australian innovation ecosystem, what Australia can learn from Asia’s varied experiences, and how our innovators and entrepreneurs can better connect and collaborate with Asian counterparts.

Drawing on practical business case studies, the event will showcase both successful start-ups in Asia and the activities of large innovative companies from the region.

Mukund Narayanamurti, Chief Executive Officer, Asialink Business

Business Case Study:
Kee Wong, Managing Director, eCentric Innovations 

Associate Professor Mark Crosby, Director, Bachelor of International Business, Monash University

We hope you are able to join us for this event. Places are strictly limited for this event and registrations are essential.   Registrations close Monday 13th November

For further information, please contact Rene Landsman at or Leanne van Diemen at