CMU Australia has been invited to speak at the Innovation in the City's dinner series to discuss about CMU-A's latest innovation in the entrepreneurial scene - Piranhas' Feast.
In the traditional Shark Tank, small fish enter in the hope of securing a rare offer of support. That model has been used to drive investment into start-up businesses. Chances of collaboration are relatively low.
At CMU Australia, the waters in the tank are different and ones that are conducive to a special school of fish. CMU Australia has started the ‘Piranhas’ Feast’ because opportunities are created differently. The ‘university of piranhas’ are very hungry for opportunities, big opportunities. With world class skills, a passion to succeed and the resilience to overcome challenges, students want to feast on big opportunities.
Prof. Danura Miriyagalla, PhD is Deputy Head and Professor of Practice at CMU-A.
With over 20 years of experience across the policy and program management cycles, he has undertaken research, designed, implemented and evaluated policies and programs in several international organisations in collaboration with senior government officials, private sector executives, non-government representatives and academics.
Shane Yeend - Entrepreneur
Shane is one of Adelaide's most prolific and possibly most successful Entrepreneurs.
He was described by InDaily invariably as an "outspoken entrepreneur".
Shane has a canny ability to see opportunities and seize them, from games to business.
"When in town I always go to IITC and always leave with more than one... I needed to meet that person. Last night 3. A great mix, not your usual networking event. Well done”