Flinders University’s New Venture Institute and the Majoran coworking space are calling on entrepreneurs to apply to their pre-accelerator program, Venture Dorm by MEGA.
Adelaide coworking space Majoran today announced its new partnership with Flinders University’s New Venture Institute. The partnership will see Majoran’s MEGA merge with the university’s Venture Dorm program to create Australia’s largest pre-accelerator course.
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Launched last month, the New Venture Institute (NVI) at Flinders University has embarked on two new initiatives to strengthen the University’s enterprise culture. Leading business luminaries will be presenting at the NVI’s new Entrepreneurs in Conversation series, and students will be working on ‘real world’ startup case studies.
Flinders Partners, the commercialisation wing of Flinders University, is setting up a new course to assist South Australia’s budding entrepreneurs. Commencing in 2013, the Venture Dorm course will provide much needed entrepreneurial education and training for businesses based in Adelaide’s southern region.