Take a tour!
Commonwealth Bank has the tech of tomorrow in their sights and they want you along for the ride.
Picture yourself analysing big data, programming robots or solving real-life business problems in one of Commonwealth Bank‘s groundbreaking Innovation Labs.
These custom-built spaces exist for people like you to use and test your new ideas. Academics and tech pros are also on hand to help turn students, entrepreneurs and customers into game-changers.
There are Innovation Labs in Australia, Hong Kong, and London, as well as a pop-up lab travelling the country – next stop Melbourne, Adelaide and Canberra!
Take a look at CommBank’s photo tour of their Innovation Labs around the world…
“London’s Innovation Lab – a space to change your thinking and come up with breakthrough ideas.”
“Guests trying our virtual reality experience, London.”
“We love holding events in our Innovation Labs – come along!”
“Find out more about how we develop innovative products here.”
“You can test your website or app in real time using our leading technology.”
“Our big data analytics can help businesses with key decisions.”
“Find out more about our projects and innovation culture here.”
“We can take clients into the future of different industries. This is Hong Kong!”
“Interactive discovery tour, Hong Kong.”
“A popup lab in Melbourne!”
“Launching the Brisbane popup lab.”
“Will and Nonny in the Sydney Innovation Lab.”
“Customer centric design, Sydney.”
“Chip, our humanoid robot, Sydney.”
“Chip chatting away.”
“Take a sneak peak into the future with our Innovation Lab games.”
“We believe collaboration and imagination create new opportunities! Find out more here.”
Images courtesy of Commonwealth Bank and photographer Tyrone Branigan
Author: Elise Roberts
Elise is a science, tech and business enthusiast, motivated to connect people with research that will propel their success. With over ten years’ experience working at the intersection of technology and communications across a wide range of industries, Elise enjoys jumping on the latest trends in digital media to share new knowledge with the Australian community.