Two Mount Gambier entrepreneurs are heading off to Silicon Valley, Austin and New York City after taking out the majority of a prize package totalling more […]
Flinders University is participating in a new festival that aims to help people to rediscover what it means to be a ‘good human’. The Festival of […]
Flinders New Venture Institute will send two Venture Dorm program finalists to the US next year as part of the latest eNVIes Awards. Six innovative new startup concepts […]
Flinders University’s New Venture Institute’s Venture Dorm Graduation program saw seven finalists battle for $80,000 worth of prizes last night.
An Adelaide based engineering start-up that uses drones to sample water quality and a 3D online market place that links 3D designers directly with customers have taken the top awards at the eNVIes awards.
South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill got the inside track on some of the State’s edgiest entrepreneurial activity when he visited Flinders University’s New Venture Institute (NVI) at Tonsley today.
With double the prize pool, more aspiring entrepreneurs than ever and a new ‘Disruptive Innovator’ award, tonight’s ‘Venture Dorm Powered by Mega’ Graduation Awards will be the biggest yet.
Universities provide knowledge, resources and networks to help small to middle sized enterprises (SMEs) capitalise on good business ideas, but how can South Australian businesses take advantage?