Accelerator for Enterprising Women Summit
Kick-start your start-up with insider tips from industry experts.
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We're all guilty of sometimes fantasising about doing something different while at work. Whether your notebook is filled with shoe sketches or that yoga retreat has you seriously rethinking your potential to teach a downward dog, taking your daydream from go to whoa can can be confusing. And, as much as a theatrical arms-in-the-air-storm-out-on-a-whim from your job scene might be appealing, it might be worth getting tips from those in the know. That way, you can learn from those who've done it before and make sure you turn your side hustle into a success (and not have to return to your old job with your tail between your legs).
On Wednesday, May 26, head to Queensland University of Technology's Education Precinct for an inspirational and educational day at the Accelerator for Enterprising Women Summit in partnership with QUT Entrepreneurship. The talk is targeted to female-identifying entrepreneurs aged 18–24 wanting to turn their passion into a full-blown profession.
Connect with like-minded people and hear from other women in business who'll be discussing the ever-important idea of how to get people talking about your business. Guests include tinsel maven and designer Rachel Burke, Zest Robotics founder Sarah Eisenmenger and CEO of Queensland AI Hub, Dr. Sue Keay.
To finish off, you can get involved in a workshop to prepare and refine your entry for the National Kickstarter Challenge where you could score some much-needed seed funding to take your idea from thought to thing.
For more information and to register to attend — both in person and online — visit the website here.