The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Report for South Australia was launched at Lot Fourteen on 6 June 2019 with South Australia’s Chief Entrepreneur Jim Whalley.
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2017/18 Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) report for South Australia.
We heard from a panel of experts on the current state of entrepreneurship in the state.
“It usually surprises people when […]
Article from ‘The Australian’ written by Peter Alford – 20 March 2019
Older Australians are in the top echelon of business start-ups, according to a new report that is part of a continuing global entrepreneurship study, but young adults are far less – enterprising.
Australians outperform most other developed-world ationalities in most categories in the Global Entrepreneurship […]
Gunter Pauli has been described as “The Steve Jobs of Sustainability” (Huffington Post, September 2014). Join the Belgian entrepreneur, best-selling author and key speaker at Tesla World 2015, as he demonstrates how his ‘Blue Economy’ model can be applied across any industry sector to build an entrepreneurial ecosystem which nurtures innovation, the economy and the […]
Hot on the heels of the opening of ThincLab Adelaide by Premier Jay Weatherill MP, Prof Noel Lindsay, Director ECIC and Pro Vice-Chancellor (Entrepreneurship) welcomed SA’s Minister for Investment and Trade, Hon Martin Hamilton-Smith MP to ThincLab Singapore on 25 July.
At the event ThincLab Singapore Manager, Prakash Somosundram, himself a highly experienced entrepreneur, showed the […]
Our 2016 Australian eChallenge winner, Life Whisperer, just collected yet another accolade. The AIIA awards recognises progress and development in the area of ICT and rewards those at the cutting edge of innovation. Life Whisperer collected both the Start-up of the Year and the Big Data/Machine Learning Innovation of the Year and will represent SA […]
Winners of this year’s University of Adelaide Australian eChallenge France proved that the competition is a springboard for innovative problem-solving and tackling current real world problems.
The competition is not only an avenue for launching new businesses, it’s also an opportunity for tertiary students to develop global awareness and citizenship, which is a critical asset in […]
Where would you find a combination of sheep farming, aerospace technology, foodie networking and animated science? The re-launched ThincLab provides the opportunity for all of these exciting new start-ups to come together, collaborate and network with other innovative and entrepreneurial individuals. Importantly, the ThincLab program not only provides a creative space but also a suite […]
Throughout history, business families and the skills and capital they bring have been the engine room for entrepreneurial activity and growth of economies around the world. To mark National Family Business Day (19th of September each year), the University of Adelaide, together with Family Business Australia held a seminar, ‘The Value of Family Branding’.
Facilitated by […]
After months of hard work, knock-backs and eureka moments, over 80 teams participating in the ECIC’s eChallenge finally had their moment to shine. The Venture Showcase, held at the Adelaide Convention Centre in September, was their opportunity to pitch their innovative idea or product to the general public and really get a feel for their […]
The Australian eChallenge event was held outside of Australia for the first time in France this year, with the finals of the Australian eChallenge France being staged at the Australian Embassy in Paris on Thursday 26 May 2016.
Student teams represented their home universities and business schools from Châlons-en-Champagne, Lyon, Nice, Paris, Strasbourg and Troyes. In […]