Entrepreneurship Seminar Series - Business Model Toolkit Workshop
As promised the concepts in the seminar series are further brought to life through new ‘hands on’ interactive and practical workshops driven by key academic and industry expertise.
Join us for the first workshop facilitated by Associate Professor Ingrid Burkett, Co-director of the Yunus Social Business Centre with keynote insights from practitioners Alex Milosevic, owner of Extraction Artisan Coffee and Heather Scott, co-owner of Extraction Artisan Coffee and CEO of phcreative.
This workshop will provide you evolutionary business tools to help design and innovate your evolving or established business model.
- Develop foundations for your business model canvas using fast sprint techniques to identify value
- Undertake thinking methodology in practice
- Learn about pitch perfect techniques to attract the most important network
Join us for this unique business practice deep dive. Tickets are $30 and include light refreshments. Places are limited so ensure to book your space early.
Dr Ingrid Burkett
Ingrid Burkett is a social designer, designing processes, products and knowledge that deepen social impact and facilitate social innovation. She is passionate about how we can grow social impact, and particularly about how we can develop more effective ways to foster 'the business of social impact'.
Alex Miloservic & Heather Scott
Alex and Heather own Extraction Artisan Coffee in the City of Logan. They both have extensive business operation and management experience as well as a deep love of community, people and speciality coffee.
Join us each month as we hear from leading academics and industry experts, as they cover a wide range of business topics relevant for 'start up' businesses and small to medium enterprises. Prior to the presentations, attendees have the opportunity for networking with like-minded professionals.
Held at the Griffith University Logan campus, each seminar covers a specific independent topic. In addition, in 2019 practical workshops will be held intermittently to help apply knowledge gained. It is not essential to attend the entire series, so feel free to attend any topic of your choosing as the year progresses.
|Date||21 May 2019 5:00 pm - 7:30 pm|
|Location||The Meeting Place, Griffith University Logan Campus|
|Street address||68 University Drive, Meadowbrook|
Phone: +61 7 3412 4888
Logan Office of Economic Development
150 Wembley Road
Logan Central QLD 4114