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Can entrepreneurialism be taught?

- October 8, 2020 3 MIN READ

It’s an age-old question with new-found relevance in a COVID world: can entrepreneurialism be taught? The answer depends on asking another, more important, question, writes Alan Manly, author of  The Unlikely Entrepreneur. Are entrepreneurs born or made? I would suggest that yes, entrepreneurialism can be taught in one way or another. However, the real question… Read more »

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Mums & Co founder Carrie Kwan talks startups on IWD 2020

- March 8, 2020 3 MIN READ

What are the changes I’ve seen, for better or worse, in the entrepreneurial space since launching Mums & Co? asks Carrie Kwan. More women becoming entrepreneurs Female founders are on the rise. While men still outnumber women in business ownership overall, two-thirds of new businesses created in Australia in the past decade were founded by… Read more »

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Why Entrepreneurs need to get good at managing the unexpected

- January 14, 2020 3 MIN READ

Damage to confidence can be the beginning of the end for an entrepreneur. And nothing wreaks havoc like the unexpected. Entrepreneurs need confidence. Confidence, combined with skills, training and knowledge in their field, gives entrepreneurs the capacity to believe they can make a business successful, writes Alan Manly, author of The Unlikely Entrepreneur. When surprises… Read more »

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Barayamal Centre of Entrepreneurship to open in Brisbane to support Indigenous businesses

- June 18, 2018 < 1 MIN READ

Indigenous entrepreneurship organisation Barayamal is set to open the Barayamal Centre of Entrepreneurship (BCE) in Brisbane next month to foster the growth of First Nations businesses. Along with an event space and meeting room, the BCE will offer coworking space for up to 30 entrepreneurs. Dean Foley, founder and managing director of Barayamal, said the space aims… Read more »