The first of its kind in Australia, the Entrepreneur in Residence program gives students the opportunity to receive advice and mentoring directly from an experienced business person.
Dr Marcus Powe, RMIT’s current Entrepreneur in Residence, hosts entrepreneurship events and workshops for students, staff and alumni in business planning and marketing.
Marcus is an invaluable resource and an experienced businessman with an extensive network of contacts in the business community locally, nationally and internationally.
He has received the award of Australia's best entrepreneurial educator.
Marcus is available to all students, staff and alumni of RMIT for a confidential discussion about all things enterprising, whether they are for profit or not. You may be thinking about starting an enterprise, working for an entrepreneur, need an introduction or direction on what to do with your great idea.
RMIT’s Entrepreneur in Residence also presents an ‘in conversation’ series of events, featuring those men and women who create opportunity and make a real difference.
Why not contact Marcus and join RMIT's entrepreneurship network?