Innovation and Collaboration Centre

The Innovation & Collaboration Centre (ICC) is a strategic venture between the University of South Australia (UniSA), the South Australian Government and Hewlett Packard Enterprise, supporting technology-based incubation and business growth.

By leveraging world class technology through HP Enterprise and UniSA’s expertise in business growth, creative thinking, commercialisation and technology, the ICC supports the lifecycle from idea generation to growth and expansion for students, businesses and industry. The Centre provides a multidisciplinary environment where SME’s, students and entrepreneurs can access a wide range of expertise to help them develop their products and grow their business.

Thorough the various stakeholders, the ICC provides a unique environment that offers services and expertise in business growth (Centre for Business Growth), business management, strategy and marketing (UniSA Business School), commercialisation (UniSA Ventures), design (Match Studio), video advertising (Centre for Digital Video Intelligence) and technology (HP Enterprise and UniSA IT).
With a combination of co-working spaces, hot desks, meeting or teaching rooms and a flexible seminar area, the ICC is well equipped to deliver industry focused education, workshops and events.

Health Innovation Building drawingHewlett Packard Enterprise, as the Centre’s anchor business partner, will provide stakeholders with access to its global technology knowledge, services and products.

The Innovation and Collaboration Centre is one component of a broader relationship forged with HP Enterprise and the State Government which also includes:

The centre was officially opened in November 2015 in its interim location in the Catherine Helen Spence building on the City West campus, and will move to the UniSA Cancer Research Institute in 2018.

Further information about the Innovation Collaboration Centre is available via the Centre’s webpage at 

Areas of study and research

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