STUDENTS STARTING UP

Audacious is about nurturing the entrepreneurial spirit in Dunedin students. it's not about 'audacious ideas', it is about being audacious by taking up the challenge of starting a business.

Join us for Workshop 3

5:00 - 6.30 pm
Tuesday 15 August
H603, Otago Polytechnic,
Cnr Forth and Union Sts,
Dunedin

 

There is nothing like entering the Audacious Challenge to help pinpoint and articulate what you are trying to achieve.

So says Annabelle Molloy, whose babysitting service initially did not make the top 40 in the 2012 Challenge, then made it in to the top 15 proposals after she refined her pitch, successfully persuading the judges about her business idea.

Know your market, and research your consumers.

Paul Allen, who is moving on after five years as the Audacious coach, says if there’s one thing that business set-ups need to understand more than anything else, it’s to recognise what the potential customer needs.

Round One Winners

Exciting new business ideas from our students.

Audacious 2016 winners

Sam Beattie and Henry Fitz-Gerald are keen for New Zealanders to get Sorted.

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