Entrepreneur in Residence Program
The RMIT Entrepreneur in Residence program is the only one of its type in Australia.
All RMIT students and staff have access to a highly experienced business person, consultant and entrepreneur who they can talk to and get individual advice about their concepts for new or existing businesses.
Marcus Powe, RMIT’s Entrepreneur in Residence also runs workshops in business planning and marketing, and hosts several Entrepreneurship Forums and other events each year. All students, staff and alumni are welcome to attend these events.
Why an Entrepreneur in Residence?
RMIT's students and staff can benefit greatly from exposure to experienced and successful business people who they can bounce ideas off and get feedback and practical advice and suggestions from.
What you know and who you know are both very important to business success. Marcus has lots of networks and contacts in the business community – in other words he is an invaluable resource available for you to tap into.
Visit the 2012 RMIT Business Plan Competition website.
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Upcoming Enterprise Group events
13/10/2011 RMIT Business Plan Competition - Awards Ceremony
The RMIT Business Plan Competition invites you to join them for the 2011 Awards Ceremony, come along and see the RMIT’s Entrepreneurial Stars Shine.
14/03/2012 Introduction to the Business Plan Competition 14 March
The Business Plan Competition is pleased to invite you to the first Introduction to the Business Plan Competition event for 2012. This event is free to all RMIT Students, staff and alumni.
19/03/2012 RMIT Entrepreneurs' Coffee Club - 19 March
The RMIT Entrepreneur in Residence, Marcus Powe is pleased to invite you to the next RMIT Entrepreneur’s Coffee Club… and the coffees are on us!