Meet the winning teams bringing their ideas to life as part of this year’s Australian eChallenge.
Graduating with a degree in economics from the University of Adelaide, Adam Marley never could have dreamed where his career would take him, making a difference in the lives of others through his coffee importing business, Intersection Traders.
University of Adelaide alumni Tom Welsby shares how he used his success in the Australian eChallenge and passion for innovation to create meaningful change in the real-estate industry.
Meet the teams creating solutions to make a difference in the lives of teens suffering from neurological disorders as part of the Biogen eChallenge.
Teaching innovation: Steven Hansen shares his experiences studying a Master of Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Alumni Steven Hansen shares how he was able to use his Master’s degree in Innovation and Entrepreneurship, and previous experience in hospitality and business ownership, to pursue a rewarding career path as a university lecturer.
The teams company name Taan. Co focuses on the idea of creating reusable coffee lids that can be used on standard sized coffee cups.
Put your skills in innovation and creativity to the ultimate test and make a difference to people living with a disability. Join the Biogen Neurohack.
From an F18 fighter pilot, to business owner and founder, and now the first Chief Entrepreneur of South Australia, Jim’s career journey is just one of many incredible Adelaide MBA success stories.
While there has been a known shortage in some areas of PPE procurement, Clinpath’s research for face shields landed them at the door step of The University of Adelaide’s own ThincLab.
These three letters globally represent a postgraduate degree that empowers and provides those who possess the qualification with the necessary skills and knowledge to lead and manage organisations. But what does the degree actually entail and how does one come to learn such a broad range of essential business skills in such a relatively short time?