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.
If success breeds success then the New Venture Institute’s initiative to link business superstars with budding entrepreneurs is a business incubator that’s delivering real results.
High performance bike wheels, wearable tech that warns of heart attacks and a car parking app are the winners of the New Venture Institute at Flinders 2015 Business Plan Competition.
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.
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.
Prominent South Australian economist John Spoehr is joining Flinders University’s Business School as a Strategic Professor.
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?