We want to know if we’ve got it right, said Sue MacLeman, CEO of MTPConnect at the launch of the 10 year Sector Competitiveness Plan – which is still in draft form. The plan outlines seven Sector Growth Priorities, and the constraints and gaps that underpin them. Importantly the plan also has a clear outline of the specific actions that MTPConnect will take and the success metrics proposed to ensure that these actions benefit the wider sector.
BioMelbourne Network will be hosting a roundtable session with Sue MacLeman on September 6th to provide feedback on the plan, discuss what it means for the sector and hear more about MTPConnect’s role in taking action on the priorities outlined. If you have feedback on the sector competitiveness plan and want to provide input into shaping the future of the sector, please contact the team BioMelbourne Network to share your views, so we can ensure our member’s voices are heard as part of this important consultation process.