16 December 2014 | Launch of the Australian Cluster Observatory – Agglomeration, clusters and observatories
Please join us in the Barossa Valley where the Minister for Manufacturing and Innovation, Susan Close MP, will officially launch the Australian Cluster Observatory. Dr Lindvqist will give a presentation titled ‘Agglomeration, clusters and observatories’ at the launch, which will be followed by refreshments and networking.
Industry clusters are groups of similar and related firms in […]
Opinion, Dr Allan O’Connor – the Purpose of Entrepreneurship Education, and How it is Supported by the University Sector.
A recent paper by Tim Mazzarol for the Centre of Entrepreneurial Management and Innovation prompts a number of questions that relate to the purpose of entrepreneurship education, and how it is supported by the university sector. Mazzarol argues that there is too little by way of policy support for the development of entrepreneurship, innovation and […]
After months of hard work, planning and pitching the countdown is on. The winners of Australia’s premier university entrepreneurial competition will be announced at the Dinner to be held Thursday 13 November at the Adelaide Oval.
The quality of entries for this year’s competition has been incredible. In the lead up to unveiling the winners, here […]
Last Thursday, Bonython Hall was taken over by up and coming entrepreneurs for the Australian eChallenge Venture Showcase. The Venture Showcase provided an opportunity for all participants in the competition to exhibit their big idea and respond to the questions of judges and guests.
The range of ideas on display was fantastic! The participants this year […]
TAFE SA has launched two new courses targeting future food and wine entrepreneurs. The Graduate Certificate and Diploma in Entrepreneurship for Food and Wine combine artisan food, beer and wine specialisations with practical business subjects. This combined approach aims to deliver a unique program that is directly relevant to the State Government’s economic priorities.
As outlined […]
Entrepreneurship is alive and well in Adelaide, with some of these fast rising stars having been involved in a variety of programs that form part of the South Australian entrepreneurial ecosystem, of which the Entrepreneurship, Commercialisation and Innovation Centre is a part of.
South Australia has seen an explosion in the ecosystem of support for entrepreneurs over […]
Director of the ECIC, Noel Lindsay was featured in this months’ CPA magazine INTHEBLACK.
Talking of his business and academic background, Noel’s passion ior Innovation, entrepreneurship and helping others set up businesses is evident.
For the full article please refer to the INTHEBLACK article.
Students Philip Curran and Lisa Chao together as Energy from Waste (EFW), have taken out top prize in the 2013 Australian e-Challenge. Presented at the Gala Awards Dinner at the Wine Centre of Australia on 1 November, Philip and Chao also took out the People’s Choice Award and the Adelaide Airport Limited, Clean Tech Award.
On 4 October 2013, Adelaide is playing host to the SouthStart, Startup Business Conference and Expo, as a part of what’s known as the ‘Start up Spring Festival’ – a 3 week Australia wide an event aimed at celebrating and promoting the tech startup community in Australia.
Held at the Adelaide Festival Centre, the expo will […]
Noel Lindsay, ECIC Director, has been involved in a national project exploring the use of technology to assist young people with disabilities to enter the workforce.
Lead by the University of South Australia’s Associate Professor Denise Wood, the Digital Enterprise: Pathways to Education and Employment for Young People with Disabilities project has received major funding from the Department […]