Are Australians too laid back?
Founders in Australia move at a different pace to those in the US.
Key take-aways from touring Melbourne’s top entrepreneurship and innovation hubs, changing the landscape of the startup ecosystem on a Venture Crawl with SPARK Deakin.
Working at a startup exposes you to an array of opportunities (or challenges) that help you learn how to solve problems, make effective decisions and own your actions. It’s hard to hide behind middle management because there isn’t any. You try things, you fail, you try again.
A booming skincare start-up created by two Deakin graduates is the latest success story from the University’s entrepreneurial accelerator program, which pits student teams with bright ideas against each other in a scenario reminiscent of television program ‘Shark Tank’.
World-leading IT expert, Professor Svetha Venkatesh, is using pattern recognition and machine learning to explore frontiers in medicine, materials, mental health and many other sectors.
Starting a business is hard work, but it is not as complex as you might think. You just need to know which steps to take so you can figure out if your idea is a good one, which is crucial to getting started.
This week we had a chat with Ari Moore a driven, curious and passionate student who attended The Startup Experience in 2016.
We had a quick chat to Scott a current Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical Engineering)/Bachelor of Information Technology (Software Development) at Deakin University and current SPARK Ambassador about his experience attending The Startup Experience in 2015.