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Entrepreneur conference for international students

Meld Magazine

Tue Apr 02 2013


INTERESTED in starting up your own business? A Youth to Business Forum is being held this Friday for aspiring international student entrepreneurs. 

Youth to Business Forum, AISEC

An entrepreneur conference is being held this Friday April 5 in Melbourne for international students who are interested in the start-up space.

Some 150 people are expected to attend.

Hosted by AIESEC, a global, non-political, independent, not-for-profit organisation run by students and recent graduates of institutions of higher education, the theme for this year’s Youth to Business Forum is all about “making it happen”.

Each year AIESEC delivers 470 conferences globally that focuses on providing a platform for youth to develop leadership, professional and personal skills, and the Youth to Business Forum is one of them.

The event is suitable for students who are graduating in the next five years, and are learning to navigate the changes in the global economy and business environment.

On the day, attendees will learn from keynote speakers, leaders and entrepreneurs who will impart their knowledge and insights through their real life experiences, and they include the founders and directors of:

  • KEAT International
  • Rewardle
  • Tablo Publishing
  • Australian Youth Forum
  • Cupcake Central
  • The League of Extraordinary Women
  • Encyclopaedia of Magic

The Youth to Business Forum will be held this Friday April 5, 2013 from 8.45am to 3pm at Melbourne University’s School of Population Health Building, 207 Bouverie St, Theatre 1. Tickets are $12 each and can be purchased online.