Posts Tagged ‘entrepreneur’
Posted in Events by PENmelbourne on October 6th, 2010
|11 October , 2010|
|5:45 pm||to||8:00 pm|
Do you have a great green idea that you would love to get off the ground? Or are you interested in hearing about green innovation happening on your doorstep?
Come along to the Postgraduate Environment Network’s Green Jobs 2: Green Entrepreneurs Forum to hear the personal stories of successful green entrepreneurs. From businesses to not for profits, NGOs and community organisations, join us and be inspired as we find out how these enterprises went from idea to reality and everything that happened in between. Each entrepreneur will give a brief 10 minute presentation about their experiences starting?up and running their green enterprise. The floor will then be opened for audience participation.
Presenters include representatives from successful green enterprises such as Energy for Opportunity, EcoCubby, Send Me Seeds Pip, Energy Matters and Green PC.
Refreshments and a chance to network will be provided after the event as well as drinks at Tsubu bar.
Date: Monday 11th October Time: 5.45 for a 6pm start. 8pm finish.
Location: Gryphon Gallery, 1888 Building (Building 198 – Grid ref k12), off Grattan St, near the corner of Swanston St.
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by Saturday 9th October.
For more information visit www.pen.net.au
Posted in Sustainable Cities Round Tables by Ferne Edwards on September 2nd, 2008
Mitch O’Sullivan is the co-founder of Waterwall Solutions, the creators of modular rainwater storage systems for urban Australia. Innovative and contemporary in design, Waterwall products aim for maximum capacity, minimum footprint. As stated on the Waterwall website, “Whether using Waterwall as a fence, a feature, an under-eave tank or purely as rainwater storage in a narrow out of the way space…”. An important contribution in our water-thirsty cities, Mitch’s presentation was titled “Hey, What Do You Think About This Idea?“. More information about Waterwall Solutions can be found at http://www.waterwall.com.au/. Please find footage of Mitch’s presentation below.