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Share Your One Big Lesson from a Year of Innovation

As we start to look towards 2017, it's worth taking a moment to look back at the year that has almost
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Share Your One Big Lesson from a Year of Innovation
By Disruptors Handbook • Issue #32 • View online
As we start to look towards 2017, it’s worth taking a moment to look back at the year that has almost reached its end. We’ve run workshops and hackathons for some of Australia’s largest organisations, developed strategies for government departments and startups, and produced some of the most exciting new startup teams across a range of industries. 
We have mentored dozens of startup founders and teams, created industry oriented hackathons, hosted innovation roundtables and grown our library of handbooks, workshop guides and innovation articles. 
Our big lesson is that “we are still learning”. And perhaps we always will be.
But what about you? What was your one big lesson from the year? We’ll collate responses and publish a collection just before the year runs out.

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For: HealthTech Entrepreneurs
Exponential Medicine and Pharma's Unfulfilled Promise
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