2019 National Brilliant Business Kids Festival
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A full day of innovation and entrepreneurship for secondary students
Teachers and parents are invited to bring students to this hands on, exciting day that celebrates innovation, creative problem-solving and entrepreneurship during Global Entrepreneurship week.
Held at The University of Sydney Business School, the full-day program consists of workshops, masterclasses and panel discussion from leaders in industry, education and academia to engage students to use entrepreneurial thinking to solve problems faced by industry and communities that align with the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals.
The day culminates in a national pitch competition when students from around the country pitch their brilliant business idea to a panel of judges.
Join us at the National Brilliant Business Kids Festival and help us celebrate Global Entrepreneurship Week.
There are 3 parts to the event
1. VIP Breakfast (Invite only) 7:00am for a 7:30am start - 8:30am
2. National Brilliant Business Kids Festival (open to secondary students and teachers) 9:00am registrations for 9:30am start - 2:50pm
3. National Pitch Competition (open to the general public) 5:00pm for a 5:30pm start - 7:30pm
2018 Event Partners
This full-day festival will bring together a cross-section of students from rural and regional Australia including students from the Asia-Pacific Region.
Stay tuned for the upcoming announcements of event partners and workshop presenters for 2019.
9:00am - Registrations
9:30am - Welcome Address and Keynotes Speakers
10:05am - 11:30am - Masterclasses/Workshops (Session 1 - 2)
11:35am - 11:50am - Morning Tea (provided)
11:55am - 1:20pm - Masterclasses/Workshops (Session 3 - 4)
1:25pm - 1:55pm - Lunch (provided)
2:00pm - 2:50pm Guest Speaker/Panel Discussion and Closing Address
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The University of Sydney Business School
Abercrombie Building (H70 Corner Abercrombie Street and, Codrington St, Darlington NSW 2006, Australia
Your booking fee is supporting
Nutrition for Aussie school kids
$1 = 2 meals