[Speaker 1]: When the idea has you. Not when you have the idea, but when the idea has you, you can't stop. But you can go further if you have a group of other people who are working with you.
[Speaker 2]: We are going through what we are calling to the 4th Industrial Revolution.
[Speaker 3]: How do we keep on innovating in order to sustain our way of life today?
[Speaker 4]: The biggest obstacle that we face is setting out to secure talent.
[Speaker 3]: How do we actually attract and retain the best and the brightest?
[Speaker 4]: We've got students that come out of the university. We've got people from the local economy that want to have a great lifestyle.
[Speaker 5]: Once you've found great people. We need to hang on to them.
[Speaker 6]: That's our company's focus. Developing those people, letting them shine, and that's what creates amazing things.
[Speaker 7]: When an organization clearly cares about its people, they're less afraid to fail because they feel that backing to be able to give things a go.
[Speaker 8]: Any kind of pioneering adventure is really, really hard. But Mastery will come if you persist.
[Speaker 9]: When I walked through the doors in the morning I smiled.
[Speaker 8]: To see the view and the light and the way the building was designed.
[Speaker 10]: Spaces that are a test bed and a playground and a living laboratory.
[Speaker 11]: Collaboration, partnership, shared the vision, shared the dream.
[Speaker 12]: And it's the kind of place where generally the best idea does win, so that fosters people to be more creative.
[Speaker 13]: Your environment shapes your mindset and how do you go about your work.
[Speaker 14]: I think it helps you to dig a little bit deeper. To be able to just step out and feel a sense of place, not just purpose.
[Speaker 15]: We're so lucky that we've got this space.