With over 20 years in the innovation ecosystem, Cameron is an experienced professional who has assisted the private sector, research organisations and not for profit clients across all stages of the business life-cycle.
He has successfully worked with:
• Inventors, Start-Ups and SMEs’ with business model development, commercialisation strategy and capital raising
• Research Organisations looking to commercialise research and build collaborations with Industry
• N4P’s seeking commercial success and sustainability
Cameron is the co-creator of the Research Innovations Canvas, a specialist tool to assist research organisations with the journey from research to customer solution and commercialisation.
Cameron’s professional experience includes senior executive appointments, board memberships, business ownership and start-up director roles. Cameron currently manages Innovate Queensland as part of his role with Impact Innovation Group.
Cameron has assisted with over 65 Industry to Research Collaborations to assist in the commercialisation. His skills have been sought after by international governments to assist them in the development and delivery of programs to drive industry growth.
Cameron has trained a number of Australian and International research organisations in commercialisation and assists them to take their innovations to market.
Cameron has developed a strong connection with the agribusiness sector, having assisted many agribusiness companies across Australia and Internationally to grow as well as assisting new Agriculture companies to commercialise. He holds a board position on Sprout Tasmania, which assists in the commercialisation of agricultural ideas and small agricultural businesses.
Cameron’s international business and commercialisation experience includes Japan, Malaysia, South Korea, Brunei, Jordan, Canada, USA, Singapore and Libya.