Australia Will Not Become a Leading Digital Economy By 2030 Without A Full-Scale National Strategy, AIIA Warns

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The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) today released its White Paper “Growing Globally Competitive Industries: Powered by Australia’s innovation technology”, challenging the country’s most influential decision makers to seize the opportunity for significant economic growth.

Australia can potentially be well positioned for its priority industries to become globally competitive exporters by leveraging the innovation assets that the technology industry has to offer.

Through almost 80 detailed recommendations, the AIIA is urging the Federal Government to accelerate the digitisation of Australian industry or run the real risk of going from producers to consumers in some of our key industry sectors. Failing to do so will also result in Australia not meeting the Federal Government’s 2030 set targets to become a leading digital economy.

Australia must invest in its core and strategic industries to remain competitive. Within the report, AIIA highlights the key industries requiring an innovation technology makeover:

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