Find-Me Technologies joins Queensland Innovation Community at the startup Precinct

Queensland’s start up Precinct is a focal point for the Queensland innovation community.


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With start-up companies, the River City Labs Incubator, Hot Desk, the Open Data Institute, Data 61, CSIRO and the Office of the Chief Entrepreneur co-located OneVentures is reaping the benefit of being co-located in this vibrant community.

Find-me Technologies, the creators of the Carer’s Watch to support dementia patients, is also located at The Precinct.

The Honourable Leeanne Enoch, the Queensland Government’s Minister for Innovation, Science and the Digital Economy, recently applauded Find-Me’s product as an example of how new technologies coming out of The Precinct have the “potential to improve people’s lives and community living standards everywhere”.

Minister Enoch met with the Find-me team and distributor Tunstall at an exclusive media event in Queensland on 25 May 2017. Tunstall Managing Director Lyn Davis subsequently published the following article.

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