The New South Wales Government has recently revealed its research and development (R&D) strategy for the future, including IT growth.
Indeed, the 20-Year R&D Roadmap aims to help UK companies looking to develop business internationally and inform the government of important investments for its future economic and social wellbeing. It will play a key role in growing the economy as well as drive new jobs, future businesses, and international investments.
The Roadmap will include six categories of competitive advantages such as education; workforce; industry; innovation and natural resources. It will be welcoming private R&D investment and activities from businesses, entrepreneurs, innovators, startups, and investors through four key technology themes: digital, materials and chemistry, biotechnology, and energy, and 39 wide-ranging applications, including FinTech, AI and robotics, quantum computing, cyber security, nuclear science, and pharmaceuticals.