Monash University


How two Australian universities are fostering the next generation of entrepreneurs

12:01PM | Wednesday, 2 December 2015 |  Long before startups and innovation became mainstream discussion points and political buzzwords, UNSW launched the Student Entrepreneur Development group.

Monash University’s INCUBATE program demo day shows diversity of ideas from student entrepreneurs

4:01PM | Wednesday, 29 April 2015 |  A job platform for ICT employers, an app that helps create “the perfect date” and software that makes digital content more accessible for those with vision or hearing impairments were the three ideas on display at Monash University’s INCUBATE program demo day.

We’ve had Australia’s first Eduhack, now it’s time for Unihack

7:28PM | Friday, 4 July 2014 |  The University of Melbourne and Monash University have announced they are to hosting the first UNIHACK Melbourne, a hackathon designed for university and TAFE students.

Tin Alley program expands with Monash, Swinburne and Tasmania unis jumping aboard

6:26PM | Friday, 20 June 2014 |  The University of Melbourne’s Tin Alley beta program is set to expand, with three universities – Monash, Swinburne and Tasmania – joining the initiative.

New research reaffirms potential of China and India for retailers

11:09PM | Thursday, 1 November 2012 |  New research reaffirms the potential of the Chinese and Indian markets for retailers, but categories such as fashion are being outshone by more “necessary” categories such as health.

Child “pester power” on the rise

2:11PM | Friday, 18 February 2011 |  New research reveals a high degree of brand awareness among Australian children, with around half using “pester power” to persuade parents to purchase items including toys, games and breakfast cereals.

Krispy Kreme downfall has lessons for start-ups

11:51AM | Monday, 1 November 2010 |  Novelty is not enough to sustain new ventures, expert says, as doughnut brand goes into administration.

How to sell to Gen Y

10:41PM | Monday, 4 October 2010 |  Generation Y have a number of unique characteristics that small businesses should take the time getting to know if they want to market their products or services to them.