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UNSW Innovations
UNSW Innovations
Startup & Entrepreneur Support
November 2015
400+ Startup & SME
teams supported
since 2012
Teams have
raised $3M+
160+ triaged
mentors
600+ students:
opt-in, real
busi...
UNSW Startups You Should Know
Case study: Brad Lorge, Premonition
Brad has recently secured investment from Rimon Investments
Case study: Sonya Marshall, StudentAdventurer
Sonya has secured investment from Student Services Australia
Faculties
& Schools
Arc
UNSW
Innovations
MCIC
MBA’s Startup consulting
Bus School – Lean startup
CIE Innovation Diploma
En...
UNSW Startup & SME Support
Startup & SME Incubation Beyond incubation
for early and later stage businesses
Connecting to p...
Student Entrepreneur Development (SED)
• SED is the guide & connector for UNSW entrepreneurs to people, organisations & ne...
14 Stages of Entrepreneur Development
1. Lean
canvas report
/ ideation /
stage &
traction
2. Test
value
proposition
3. Pit...
Student Entrepreneur Legal Centre (SELC)
• Professional career lawyers providing pro-bono legal advice and support to star...
FounderLab
FounderLab is the world’s first
on-campus fully integrated startup
program for student entrepreneurs
Product de...
MVP Fund
In product development, the minimum viable product (MVP) is the product with the highest return on
investment ver...
Mentors for UNSW Entrepreneurs
• 160+ triaged mentors from a variety of industries
and the startup ecosystem
• Volunteer m...
400+ UNSW teams supported
Summary
• More student and alumni startup & small business teams supported than any other Australian
university
• Serving ...
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Summary of UNSW Innovations Student Entrepreneur Development (SED) services including Student Entrepreneur Legal Centre (SELC), FounderLab and MVP Fund

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UNSW Entrepreneur Development - Nov 2015

  1. 1. UNSW Innovations UNSW Innovations Startup & Entrepreneur Support November 2015
  2. 2. 400+ Startup & SME teams supported since 2012 Teams have raised $3M+ 160+ triaged mentors 600+ students: opt-in, real businesses 4 Flagship Events World’s first Work Integrated Learning + Startup Product Development Model UNSW Entrepreneur Development since 2012
  3. 3. UNSW Startups You Should Know
  4. 4. Case study: Brad Lorge, Premonition Brad has recently secured investment from Rimon Investments
  5. 5. Case study: Sonya Marshall, StudentAdventurer Sonya has secured investment from Student Services Australia
  6. 6. Faculties & Schools Arc UNSW Innovations MCIC MBA’s Startup consulting Bus School – Lean startup CIE Innovation Diploma Entrepreneurial Engineering Social Enterprise (Art & Design) Centre for Social Impact Internships QLC 100 Students Industry placements UNSWOT CREATE Young Ent Soc YES ENACTUS AGSM ICE Club AIESEC Michael Crouch Innovation Centre Platform, Pathway & Showcase Maker Space Flexible event & program space Faculty based CSE Venture Space Art & Design Maker Space Peter Farrell Cup The Place (flipped classroom) bioMOD Student Entrepreneur Development (SED) Guide & connector to people, organisations & next steps Student Entrepreneur Legal Centre (SELC) Pro-bono legal service & introduction to triaged external providers FounderLab Product development service for selected entrepreneurs MVP Grant Grants of $5 – 20k, no strings attached Mentors for UNSW Entrepreneurs 160+ triaged startup and business mentors Alumni entrepreneur breakfast group Entrepreneur Ecosystem @ UNSW in 2015
  7. 7. UNSW Startup & SME Support Startup & SME Incubation Beyond incubation for early and later stage businesses Connecting to people, organisations & next steps (on campus, in industry) Connecting to people, organisations & next steps (on campus) Best practice Lean LaunchPad guidance & mentoring Connecting with academic domain expertise Specialist support and advice: SELC, FounderLab, Pearson Lab Specialist support and advice: SELC, FounderLab, Pearson Lab Market reports & analysis Market reports & analysis Media support & exposure Media support & exposure Feeder to accelerators & incubators Concurrent & post accelerator support Use of facilities and space on campus Use of facilities and space on campus
  8. 8. Student Entrepreneur Development (SED) • SED is the guide & connector for UNSW entrepreneurs to people, organisations & next steps in their journeys • Incubation of UNSW student and alumni led startups and small businesses • Facilitating university wide support for more mature businesses • 400+ startup and small business teams supported since launch in 2012 • 3 fulltime staff with both startup and pastoral support experience • Leveraging hundreds of UNSW Innovations industry contacts and commercialisation experience built up since 1959
  9. 9. 14 Stages of Entrepreneur Development 1. Lean canvas report / ideation / stage & traction 2. Test value proposition 3. Pitch training 4. Testing customers / users 5. Legal 6. Test demand creation 7. Creating your MVP / Prototype 8. Mentors 9. Testing channels 10. Revenue 11. Market reports 12. Media 13. Cognitive Neuroscience training 14. Key resources & partners
  10. 10. Student Entrepreneur Legal Centre (SELC) • Professional career lawyers providing pro-bono legal advice and support to startup and small business teams triaged by the SED team • A pathway to external law firms who also provide pro-bono services in specific areas of legal expertise • A place for law students to learn on the job by supporting actual UNSW startups Services provided by SELC include: •Company registration and management advice. •Intellectual property advice, including trade mark and design registration. •Business structuring advice (shareholder agreements etc). •Operational advice (standard terms and conditions, services agreements). •Privacy advice. •Consumer law advice. •Negotiation assistance. •Other forms of corporate and commercial advice. •Referral to external services providers.
  11. 11. FounderLab FounderLab is the world’s first on-campus fully integrated startup program for student entrepreneurs Product development lead services free of charge. Unlocking of entrepreneurial talent otherwise locked up by not having the ability to secure a technical co-founder alone, or the resources to pay for the technical development of their products and services. A technical co-founder search support service. Students will benefit from a support service leveraging the UNSW networks to identify and bring a technical co-founder on board during this very early stage which is critical to ensuring the success of a startup medium to long term.
  12. 12. MVP Fund In product development, the minimum viable product (MVP) is the product with the highest return on investment versus risk - essentially a demo of the product, rather than a full fledged working model. The MVP Fund provides no strings attached, small grants to early stage startups to develop their MVP.
  13. 13. Mentors for UNSW Entrepreneurs • 160+ triaged mentors from a variety of industries and the startup ecosystem • Volunteer mentoring for UNSW startups • Connected to UNSW startup teams via the Student Entrepreneur Development team service
  14. 14. 400+ UNSW teams supported
  15. 15. Summary • More student and alumni startup & small business teams supported than any other Australian university • Serving both early and later stage businesses pre + concurrent + post accelerator • Pioneer in world-first FounderLab model • Partner to MCIC: MCIC is a feeder of new business projects and SED refers teams in need of extra-curricular training to MCIC • Sponsorship for programs has been attracted from industry: Shenzhen government, CBA, Deloitte, Google, UpWork etc. • Over 160 triaged mentors from industry supporting the initiative • Examples of “winners” beginning to emerge (Forcite, GAMURS, WattBlock, Premonition) student.entrepreneurship@unsw.edu.au http://www.innovations.unsw.edu.au/student-entrepreneurship

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