Monthly Archives: January 2011
Adelaide Thinker in Residence Professor Göran Roos’ Introductory Lecture – Manufacturing Into The Future
The first lecture in Professor Göran Roos’ residency will discuss the positive future of manufacturing in South Australia.
Date: Tuesday 08 February 2011
Venue: Elder Hall, University of Adelaide, North Terrace, Adelaide
Time: 6.00pm for 6.15pm start
Bookings essential: Online or by phone 8226 2220
Professor Roos is one of the founders of the modern field of intellectual capital […]
ECIC to Collaborate with 2011 Adelaide Thinker in Residence
The ECIC is delighted to be working with the 2011 Adelaide Thinker in Residence, Professor Göran Roos, on research into business model innovation. The University of South Australia and Flinders University will also be involved. Stay tuned for more information and updates.
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The ECIC’s Antonio Dottore Explores ‘What Makes an Entrepreneur’?
Have you ever wondered what sets successful entrepreneurs apart?
Garang Akau: from Sudanese ‘Lost Boy’ to Entrepreneur
Watch Garang Akau speak about his remarkable journey from Sudanese “Lost Boy” to Stanford graduate and successful entrepreneur.
Garang and his business partner, Darius Golkar, have developed a social venture called New Scholars, a business incubator for entrepreneurial Sudanese with the aim of helping them to help themselves climb out of poverty and contribute […]
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Adelaide Commercialisation Bootcamp
Come along to the AIC’s Commercialisation Bootcamp – an intensive, two day program, introducing participants to the various stages of the commercialisation process.
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Estimating the Impact of the Queensland Floods
A panel of experts from The University of Adelaide comment on the likely impact the tragedy in Queensland will have on the people and the environment.
Dr Peng Bi
Public Health expert
Research Director Population Health
ECIC Blog Now On Twitter
The ECIC News & Events blog is now on Twitter! Follow us and receive tweets every time we update.
Call For Social Enterprise Development and Investment Funds (SEDIF) Applications
The Australian Government announced in July 2010 that it would provide a $20 million cornerstone investment to seed the establishment of at least two Social Enterprise Development and Investment Funds.
The principal objective of the SEDIF is to establish two or more investment funds which generate social impact investment in addition to financial return and increase […]
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