Redland City Council successfully led and delivered the Advancing Regional Innovation Program (ARIP) for the Redland-Logan Region over a three-year period. Through the program, Council collaborated with nine partners, including Logan City Council and Griffith University, between 2017 and 2020 to successfully deliver local innovation and entrepreneurship events, activities and strengthen innovation partnerships to in the region.
The Queensland Government provided 12 Queensland regions with access to funding under the ARIP to support the development and increased maturity of regional innovation initiatives.
Redland City Council secured funding with key partners Logan City Council and Griffith University through the Queensland Government ($500,000 over three years matched by partners) for the Redland-Logan Region.
The ARIP aims to turn Queensland’s regions into hubs for innovation and enterprise and enables local entrepreneurs, business leaders and key industries to collaborate closely and with government to harness innovation and unlock business potential to strengthen existing industries and prepare regional Queenslanders for jobs of the future.