Imagine tapping into business and digital assistance, getting projects done and having real world problems solved for you and/or your organisation. Perhaps getting a marketing strategy developed for you and then implemented by a team of savvy students at no or little cost to you.
Everything from e-commerce and websites, to using drones and energy challenges, combining art and advanced manufacturers, social enterprises and startups, side hustles and scaleups.
There is so much talent in South Australia and you might not realise how cost effective it can be for you with apprenticeships, interns, new employees and students involved in flexible jobs and placements, growth hacks, real world problems and research projects.
When you come along to this event at entrepreneurial specialist school, Seaton High School, you’ll hear about the ways employers and businesses are benefitting with students and people who are looking for work involved in:
• Business + Art + Manufacturing• Digital and new discovery technologies• Drones and 3D printing• Energy efficient building design and passive solar• Event management for sporting events• Marketing, promotion and social media• School based and flexible apprenticeships• Startups and social entrepreneurship
Speakers including the Principal of Entrepreneurship Specialist School, Seaton High School, Rising Sun Pictures and The University of Adelaide covering the following questions:
1. How can you tap into bright young entrepreneurial minds to work on real world problems and solutions for your organisation?2. How can you engage interns and international students in your business to work on short term projects?3. How can small or mid-larger sized enterprises partner with the education sector?4. How can you utilise a resource in your business to take care of all the digital and online tasks?5. How can students ‘growth hack’ part of your business, industry and/or region?6. How can small businesses, startups and scaleups get involved saving time and money on getting stuff done?7. Your questions
Expected to be a very popular topic, you’ll experience a relaxed environment with drinks (Thug Life Brewing beer, wine, soft drinks) and nibbles from Wanna Graze, all supported by our partner Telstra.
Video footage, photos and social media posts will be shared on the night and Entrepreneurship Facilitators are funded by the Australian Government with the initiative managed by the Department of Employment, Skills, Family and Small Business.
Look for the STEM Centre and car parking is via gate 5.