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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?
We take a look at some of the creative new ways businesses have adapted to the COVID-19 crisis and how they are providing vitally important services to a range of stakeholders.
ThincLab Waite is the only incubator dedicated to startups in the agtech, food innovation and wine sectors in Adelaide. It joins the University’s stable of innovation hubs which started with ThincLab Adelaide in July 2017 and expanded with ThincLab Châlons and ThincLab Singapore.
The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Report for South Australia was launched at Lot Fourteen on 6 June 2019 with South Australia’s Chief Entrepreneur Jim Whalley.
Older Australians are in the top echelon of business start-ups, according to a new report that is part of a continuing global entrepreneurship study, but young adults are far less – enterprising.