Curtin Growth Ignition
Do you have an idea or innovation that could become a high growth business?
Ignition is an annual event held in Perth. Run by the Curtin Centre for Entrepreneurship, it is based on the successful Ignite program managed and delivered by the University of Cambridge Judge Business School’s Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (CfEL).
Ignition is a five and a half day intensive program which prepares you for taking your idea to the business world. Ignition 2016 starts Sunday 4th September and culminates on Friday 9th September with a celebration dinner.
Ignition is comprised of a blend of practical teaching sessions, expert clinics, mentor sessions and experienced advice and support from leading entrepreneurs and innovators.
It will give you the tools, contacts and confidence to transform your idea into a successful business.
You must also have
a passion for developing that idea into a real business proposition over one intensive week.
You might be;
- Thinking of starting a novel business
- Currently employed or at home and looking to propel your idea
- Student, graduate or academic considering your own venture
- Owner, founder or senior manager of an existing business considering diversification of products and markets, or a new venture
Scholarship applications close Friday 29th July 2016.
Full Fee Paying Positions close Friday 12th August 2016.
Please contact us for more information.
- Curtin IP Commercialisation – Curtin Staff and Students
- Curtin Business School – Indigenous Curtin Staff and Students
- Curtin Ethics, Equity & Social Justice – Low socio economic status
- UWA – Staff and Students
- ECU – Staff and Students
- Department of Agriculture and Food WA – Grains Production
- Department of Local Government and Communities – Female entrepreneurs in STEM industries
- Landgate – idea or innovation relies on location data
- City of Wanneroo – residents
- Wrays – Wrays clients (Allocated)
- Business News – winner of the 2016 Rising Star Start-up Category (Allocated)
Applications close 29/7/2016
The following state and federal government departments, private enterprises and academic institutions are supporting this program: