Multicultural Entrepreneurship: Design-Thinking Masterclass

How can we harness the power of diversity in entrepreneurship in our increasingly multicultural city?

Melbourne is a city rich in diversity and is home to many successful CALD (culturally and linguistically diverse) startups of all shapes and sizes.

This interactive design thinking masterclass will challenge participants to respond to the problem question: "How might we inspire, nurture, and accelerate the entrepreneurial efforts of people of diverse ages, backgrounds and identities so they feel more empowered and our startup community reflects the diversity we enjoy in Melbourne?"

Working together, participants will define the problem, develop their ideas, iterate fast and creatively solve problems — regardless of feasibility. The workshop will be facilitated by Juan Polanco, RMIT Activator.

Please note this event is being held at State Library Victoria – Conference Centre. Please enter via Door 3 located on Latrobe Street.

This event is part of the Entrepreneurship in Multicultural Melbourne series. It will follow the Multicultural entrepreneurship: panel discussion, which participants are also encouraged to attend.

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