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Innovation publication launched
Innovate Durban Publication 2020

The Innovate Durban Team launched the second edition of “The State of Innovation in KwaZulu Natal” via a virtual webinar recently. The publication is part of Innovate Durban’s objective to celebrate innovation with the aim of providing information to all stakeholders, including innovators and investors, on the state of innovation in KwaZulu-Natal (KZN).

This will keep them abreast of the latest thinking and trends within the innovation space.

The publication was developed in response to a demand from government stakeholders who showcase KZN as an investment destination as well as to develop strategic interventions. It is also aimed at investors who are scoping investment locations and looking for a healthy innovation ecosystem as well as innovators who are trying to understand the environment they are operating in and looking to learn from fellow innovators.

The report offers a measurement of innovation in KZN for the 2018-2019 period. It applies a unique, KZN-focused measure of innovation, indicating progress with trend data, where available and comparisons with other South African provinces, based on availability.

CEO of Innovate Durban, Aurelia Albert said: “The need for innovation has never been as urgent as businesses adapt to respond to these unusual times and requirements. The publication focuses on the gaps and highlights in the region while also celebrating innovators.”

One of the major highlights of the report includes the five focus areas which are people, investment, infrastructure, ecosystem and impact.

To download the publication visit www.innovate.durban

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