The Categories are:
Emerging - new and upcoming entrepreneurs
Industry - Retail, Fashion, Food, Music and Film
Services - Accounting, Real Estate, Transport and Home Health
Technology - Science, Internet and Data, Computer Systems, Software and Digital Media
Social - Community Services (not for profit)
You may want to operate your organisation for the benefit of a group or community, as a charity or as a not-for-profit.
If so, there are legal structures that suit these types of organisations. Each structure has different legal obligations, liabilities, advantages and disadvantages.
To help you decide which structure is best for you, learn more on the Office of Fair Trading website:
Have you ever made improvements to existing technologies, processes, products or services? This type of innovation is called incremental innovation. It's the most common form of innovation today and often produces incremental growth.
In contrast, radical innovation entails high uncertainty with high risks, and has the potential, though not guaranteed, for high returns.