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Want to take charge of your career path? In a globalised world with constant change and technological advancement, entrepreneurial skills are vital — whether you want to start a business yourself, be innovative within a company, create social change, or better define any pathway you may pursue. UTS has created this course to help you build a strong understanding of entrepreneurship to kickstart your journey. We’ve brought together UTS entrepreneurship experts to share their insights and experiences on what it actually is and unpack buzzwords that you might hear.
In this course, you’ll learn about key entrepreneurial terms, explore examples of entrepreneurship locally and globally, and recognise how much value it can bring both socially and economically. You’ll be introduced to different methods of thinking and how to apply them in any situation of creative problem-solving. You’ll be guided on the multi-faceted possibilities of entrepreneurial pathways in the real world. And you’ll be inspired to start your own entrepreneurial journey within the ecosystem of your city by exploring and testing potential opportunities.
This taster course is for participants who want to understand how to embrace entrepreneurship and innovation in their daily business practices across industries.
Margaret is passionate about the development of innovation and entrepreneurship activities to ensure and sustain collaborative, adaptive environments. She is currently the Executive Director of Innovation and Entrepreneurship at the University of Technology Sydney and a member of the board of directors of the World Design Organisation.
Murray is UTS’ first Director of Entrepreneurship, tasked with growing the number of student-founded startups coming out of UTS. He plays a key role in developing and sustaining pathways connecting UTS graduates and student founders to the startup ecosystem. He also leads initiatives to ensure Ultimo continues to expand its historical position as a significant contributor to Sydney's startup ecosystem.
Murray is well-known for his role as CEO of Fishburners from 2014 to 2017, growing it into Australia’s largest startup community. Prior to that, he co-founded Startup Muster, the largest survey of the Australian startup ecosystem, after 14 years of starting and building different Australian startups. Most recently, he was program director for FUELD, Westpac's data-focused accelerator program.
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