Griffith University has launched an innovation platform for start-ups and scale-ups who want to make a difference in the world.
A project offering a global circular economy solution for a commonly used piece of equipment has won Most Innovative Business Project at the 2020 MBA Australasia (MBAus) Graduate Management Awards.
Griffith has opened a vibrant new innovation space at the Gold Coast Health and Knowledge Precinct.
An app-based scheme designed to reduce food wastage has emerged triumphant at the annual Griffith Innovation Challenge.
Imagine developing a big idea and earning credit towards your degree, with a good chance of winning up to $10,000 to launch your concept. That could be your reality, thanks to the Griffith Innovation Challenge. Griffith Innovation Challenge and 3 Day Startup Project Coordinator Simon Barclay says all Griffith undergraduate students are encouraged to enrol in the 10CP course, regardless of […]
Innovation and entrepreneurship are hallmarks of Griffith, where students are offered a range of opportunities to think big, develop concepts and take their ideas to the next level. With events, clubs, courses and degrees focused on entrepreneurship, students can hone their capacity to work smarter at any stage of their Griffith journey. Through these offerings, students can […]
The workshop is open to students of all backgrounds and experience levels, and aims to engender an entrepreneurial miun