In this Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous (VUCA) world, innovation often explodes as people and organisations are forced to find new ways to solve new problems. As humans we do our best work on the margin of our comfort zone and uncertainty. Join Cameron Turner, Entrepreneur in Residence at UQ Business School, as he explains how you can identify a problem to solve, build a new business, or even launch new products from existing businesses, with an elevated chance of success. 

About Cameron Turner

Cameron is a national leader in entrepreneurship and the commercialisation of intellectual property. Cameron has helped start 4 high-tech start-ups and is the inaugural Entrepreneur in Residence at UQ Business School. Using his diverse experience in applied research, and economic and international business development, Cameron helps researchers, students and entrepreneurs to commercialise world-class innovations based on university research.

Cameron has raised millions in investment and grants and has been a Managing Director, Board Member, and Strategic Advisor, and is an inventor and founder of the world’s most scientifically advanced probiotic drink In addition, he is the CEO of Progel, a start-up commercialising a technonlgy from The University of Queensland. Cameron teaches entrepreneurship at UQ to MBA students and the Masters of Entrepreneurship and Innovation. 

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