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Week 2, Term One, 2019

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Jamie Dwyer, Year 8, has been accepted into the inaugural Advance Queensland entrepreneurship programme at the Gold Coast Innovation Hub at Laver Drive in Robina. The Student Startup Landing Pad is a new initiative delivered by the Gold Coast City Council powered by Little Tokyo Two and Startup Apprentice and is co-funded with the support of Study Gold Coast’s Vision 2020 fund.

These organisations are proud supporters of the Somerset Celebration of Entrepreneurship and we are delighted to be working with them again in 2019.

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The Student Startup Landing Pad will provide Jamie with the space, resources and support to work on his business ideas. The Innovation Hub launched with the support of the Queensland Government, City of Gold Coast and over 20 corporate partners committed to driving a new digital economy on the Gold Coast. At the centre of the hub is a purpose built three story work and event space designed by innovators, for innovators, where startups and scale-ups can connect, collaborate, grow, raise investment and expand into global markets. Home to around 200 innovators, this is the ideal location for Jamie to progress and commercialise his projects.

Congratulations Jaime!

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