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Tagged as Associate Professor Naomi Birdthistle

Griffith Entrepreneur in Residence inspiring students to create change for good

Entrepreneur-in-residence (EiR) programs are growing in popularity in the Australian economy, including the higher education system. Dr Julienne Senyard and Associate Professor Naomi… Read More

How to foster innovation and grow an intrapreneurial mindset

What is intrapreneurship? Why is it important? Does Australia have intrapreneurs? These were many of the questions that were presented at the recent Griffith Alumni… Read More

Entrepreneurship penetrates the dietetics discipline

Dietitians determine how nutrition and good eating affect our overall health. They provide guidance about how to appropriately manage diets and nutrition for people who… Read More

Enterprising women in rural regions

Rural women from a range of backgrounds aspire to start and grow enterprises but face socio-cultural barriers to success. Associate Professor Naomi Birdthistle from the… Read More

Startup accelerators: Propelling entrepreneurs to maximise success

Startup accelerators are fixed-term, cohort-based programs that include seed investment, networking opportunities, mentoring, educational components, and culminate in a public pitch event or demo day to accelerate growth. Accelerator programs… Read More

Griffith makes tracks to Aalto University, Finland

Students at Aalto University-Mikkeli campus, Finland. (Photo supplied) Associate Professor Naomi Birdthistle recently delivered a course on Business Consulting in the Global Economy to students… Read More

Enterprise + STEM: Encouraging girls to imagine boundless entrepreneurial opportunities

A team of academics have created an online educational resource “ENTERPRISE + STEM” to help girls imagine their potential futures through educational materials and showcasing… Read More

Griffith Innovation Challenge: Sustainability meets technology

Congratulations to business students Hannah Licciardo, Makoto Tanabe and Jordan Gifford who received the first prize in the Griffith Innovation Challenge held at COHORT recently. Read More

Gold Coast businesses present a series of masterclasses on entrepreneurship

At the Gold Coast recently, students studying the Griffith Innovation Challenge and Entrepreneurship and New Business Ventures were given the opportunity to take part in… Read More

Students pitch innovative business ideas to panel of diverse experts

One of the most important qualities of an entrepreneur is their ability to spark an interest in their idea and convince others to support it. Read More

Going global: Indian entrepreneur takes Queensland’s WILD program to India
IndOz Festival strengthens Indonesia-Australia relationship
Factors influencing the green bond market expansion in Vietnam
We are all in this together: How do students cope and adapt to online studies?

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